Great Oregon Solar Eclipse Campout
August 18-21 2017
Powerland Heritage Park
3995 Brooklake Road,
Brooks, Oregon 97303
For up to 3 nights dry camping for 2 people
Tents only (limited): $150
Extra people: $10/each
Registration starts May 1st
Actual Eclipse schedule on 8/21
Partial phase start: 9:05:36 AM (PDT), at “1:00 o’clock” on the sun’s disk
Totality Start: 10:17:38 AM (PDT)
Duration of Totality: 1 min 40 secs
Learn more about the Eclipse on NASA’s webpage
- Quiet time from 10pm-7am (no generators)
- Dogs must be on leash
- Please clean up after your pet
- 5 mph speed limit
- No dumping of black or grey water is allowed on-site.
- No open fires
- Alcohol consumption limited to campsite
Don’t Miss the Great American Solar Eclipse in Oregon
Looking for a great place to view the Great American Solar Eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017 with family and friends?
The Oregon Electric Railway Museum, just 8 miles north of Salem, Oregon along I-5, will be hosting the Great Oregon Solar Eclipse Campout event from 12 noon Friday, Aug. 18 through Monday afternoon Aug.21.
Located on the 62 acre Powerland Heritage Park, the campground has 100 tent sites and 400 rv sites. All sites are dry camping sites with no electricity. Water and portable potty stations will be in the campsites’ proximity.
The Oregon Electric Railway Museum, in partnership with Powerland Heritage Park and other museums, is hosting a campout to enjoy a once in lifetime viewing of the Solar Eclipse in Oregon. All proceeds go to support the museums.
- Tent site (2 people/site), 20’x20′ plus one vehicle: $160 (3 days/3 nights)
- RV site (2 people/site), 20’x50-60” plus one additional vehicle: $205 (3 days/3 nights)
- Additional person(s) for 3 days: $30/per person
- We will have limited additional parking for registrants
Please note: Group camping is not guaranteed, Registration fees are non-refundable.
All fees will go to support OERM as well as our partner museums at Powerland.
Tickets go on-sale on Monday May 1st at 10am PDT.
Check-in starts Friday at 12-noon. Gate closes at 9 pm each night, reopens at 8am each morning.
Things to do
All 13 of our uniquely different neighbor museums at Powerland Heritage Park have lots of fun activities planned all weekend for you to enjoy.
Our camping guests will experience early mass transit from “back in the day”, riding unique and antique trolleys compliments of Oregon Electric Railway Museum! Willow Creek Miniature train rides will welcome kids of all ages at additional charge.
Don’t want to cook? Look for our Food Court! How about a souvenir that will protect your eyes during the event too? Solar Eclipse glasses will be available for just $2.00.
Movie nights are in the planning stages.
If you have any questions feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call the museum office at 971-701-6327 and leave a message
To learn more about the solar eclipse, visit the NASA Website
Museums you can visit during the weekend from at least 11am to 4pm each day
Free trolley rides. May run into the early evening
Oregon Vintage Machinery Museum (Formerly John Deere Museum
And so much more
We are planning to have bring your own chair movies nights at least on Saturday and Sunday nights. Movies and locations TBD.
More information will be posted as it becomes available!