These Texas towns still have availability for the eclipse
Hotels are rapidly filling up for the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, but according to Travel Texas, a few Texas towns within the path of totality still have availability. Read on to discover where eclipse procrastinators can find a place to stay before it’s all booked!
Addison is expected to see three minutes and thirty seconds of total darkness during the eclipse. Home to 200 restaurants, many of the area’s 22 hotels have availability to book an overnight reservation.
Where to stay: A full listing of available hotels may be found here.
Event: Total Eclipse of the Park in Addison Circle Park will include yoga, live music and food trucks.
Corsicana expects to see four minutes and nine seconds of total darkness and is ready to welcome visitors with complimentary eclipse glasses at the Corsicana Visitor Center.
Event: Total Eclipse Fest will take place on Saturday, April 6, 2024 and prepare eclipse viewers for the big day with food trucks, face painters, live music, special eclipse merch and complimentary eclipse glasses.
Boerne is a charming Hill Country town with a rich history, unique accommodations, and nature offerings, including two show caves. During the eclipse, Boerne anticipates over four minutes and twenty seconds of total darkness.
Event: Cave Without a Name is hosting a total eclipse experience with cave tours, campgrounds and an underground concert.
Marble Falls is a town in the heart of the Hill Country with a walkable downtown district full of restaurants, independent shops, and curated art galleries.
Lampasas is home to several mineral springs, award-winning wineries, and quaint B&Bs with an expected four-minute and twenty-six-second duration of total darkness.
Where to stay: W.M. Brook Park has 80 spots available at $200 for two nights.
Event: Total Eclipse at the Parks will open two parks for eclipse viewing, camping and family-friendly activities. NASA representatives will be on-site at 580 Sports Complex, the 173-acre park, to offer demos for kids and expert insight and access to professional telescopes.