Total Solar Eclipse: Resources
Whether you only catch the 2017 total solar eclipse or plan to stay to enjoy more of Oregon, these resources will help. Your first stop online should be TravelOregon.com, where you can order travel guides and maps. And before setting out, check road conditions and travel advisors at TripCheck.com. You’ll find many other helpful resources at visitor centers around the state.
To safely view the eclipse, pick up eclipse-viewing glasses as one of the state’s eight official welcome centers, where you can also get more trip-planning information.
- Brookings: 14433 Hwy. 101 S., half a mile north of the Oregon/California border and 5 miles south of Brookings at the Crissey Field State Recreation Site. 541.469.4117
- Klamath Falls: 11001 Hwy. 97 S. in the Midland Rest Area, 9 miles north of the Oregon/California border and 8 miles south of Klamath Falls. 551.882.7330
- Lakeview: 126 N. E St. in downtown Lakeview, 15 miles from the Oregon/California border, in the Lake County Chamber of Commerce. 541.947.6040, 877.947.6040
- Ontario: 1202 S. I-84 N. in the Ontario Rest Area, a quarter-mile west of the Oregon/Idaho border. Accessible when traveling into Oregon. 541.889.8569
- Oregon City: 1726 Washington St., off I-205 at Exit 10 at the The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. 503.657.9336, 800.424.3002
- Portland International Airport: 7000 N.E. Airport Way, off I-205, located in the arrivals level near baggage claim carousel five. 503.284.4620
- Seaside: 7 N. Roosevelt ( Hwy. 101) and Broadway St. in the Seaside Visitors Bureau. 503.738.3097, 888.306.2326
- Umatilla: 100 Cline Ave., north of I-82, Exit 1 near Third St. and Brownell Blvd., in the Umatilla Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center. 541.922.2599
General Eclipse 2017 Information Websites
- Oregon State Parks: OregonStateParks.org
- Oregon Coast: VisitTheOregonCoast.com
- City of Salem: TravelSalem.com
- Willamette Valley: OregonWineCountry.org
- Central Oregon: VisitCentralOregon.com
- Madras: MadrasEclipse.com
- Eastern Oregon: VisitEasternOregon.com
- Baker City: BasecampBaker.com
- Portland: TravelPortland.com
- Mt. Hood Territory: MtHoodTerritory.com
- Southern Oregon: SouthernOregon.org
Top Safety Tips
- Leave No Trace: When traveling around Oregon, it’s important to practice “Leave No Trace” ethics, which includes leaving sites as you found them, disposing of waste responsibly, respecting wildlife and being considerate of other visitors.
- Don’t Trespass: Many public buildings and private properties are not able to accommodate visitors. Make sure you are not trespassing.
- Wildfire Prevention: August is peak wildfire season in Oregon, so please be vigilant about extinguishing and disposing cigarettes. Know fire risks and respect fire restrictions, including campfire bans. Avoid parking or driving on dry grass, as your vehicle can spark a wildfire. In many areas drivers are required to carry a shovel and fire extinguisher or gallon of water in their cars.
- Avoid Excessive Waste: Consider packing large water containers and refilling them with tap water. Oregon’s water is some of the best in the world, so there’s no need to buy bottled water.
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