This site offers helpful information for visitors interested in enjoying the eclipse from federal public lands along and near the path of totality in western Oregon. Check back often for updates!

Monday, July 31, 2017

New tools and information to help you plan for eclipse viewing

We’re less than a month away and folks in western Oregon are busy making final preparations. If you’re planning on heading to Oregon to view the eclipse, or even just traveling locally to a special viewing site, it’s important that you plan to arrive early, stay put once you get to your spot, and stay late to have the best experience. Planning ahead is critical to safely enjoying the eclipse!

General information for how to prepare for viewing the eclipse on national forest lands is available here: https://www.fs.fed.us/visit/eclipse2017

Also, check out this cool new tool to help people plan their Oregon eclipse excursion. This interactive map provides info and links to make sure you have a great viewing experience! 

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