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Total Solar Eclipse Camping at Brand S Farm in Corvallis, OR

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5770 NW Oak Creek Drive

Corvallis, OR 97330

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Looking for a place to camp in the path of totality for the 2017 total solar eclipse?

Look no further! Brand S Farms in Corvallis is a perfect location. With easy access to multiple hiking trails, the town of Corvallis, and a shuttle to the top of beautiful Mary's peak, Brand S Farm is your place to camp for the eclipse.

This is dry camping, in a grass field. RV's, camp trailers, and tents welcome. Sorry, no hook ups. Pet friendly, but please keep your furry family members on a leash. Port-a-potties and sinks will be available. No fires or charcoal grills allowed due to fire protection rules in the area during this time, propane grills are allowed. Alcohol is allowed for 21 and older. All unruly guest will be asked to leave, no refunds.

RV Camping options:

Trailer and RV camping includes one tow vehicle. Additional vehicles will be charged $10/night. No hook ups, this is dry camping.

4 nights: $200

3 nights: $150

2 nights: $100

1 night: $100

Tent Camping options:

One vehicle and up to 2 tents. Additional vehicles will be charged $10/night. Additional tents must reserve a second site.

4 nights: $160

3 nights: $120

2 nights: $80

1 night: $80

Parking only:

Monday parking pass: $20


At this time we don't have definitive plans for food service or activities, but we are working on getting some food trucks out and some bike rides and hikes put together. We will update this page as activities are scheduled and if onsite food becomes available. Our camping location is also the main shuttle stop for Mudslinger Events Marys Peak Viewing Shuttle www.totaleclipsemaryspeak.com.

More info on the solar eclipse:

Most of Earth is covered by water, so a total solar eclipse that occurs over populated areas is quite special. The August 2017 event will be the first one whose totality path lies completely within the United States since 1776, experts have said.

"A total solar eclipse, is widely regarded as probably one of the most breathtaking, amazing phenomena that you can observe from this planet Earth with your own eyes," "With unaided eyes, you can actually see the outer atmosphere of the sun." We won't see this again for another 70 years!

Totality will last for 1 minute 40 seconds in Corvallis and begins at 10:16:56am on Monday.


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