Now Playing:

News

local | NW Life | Environment | News | OPB's Coverage Of The Oregon Solar Eclipse 2017

More Oregon Eclipse Sites Opening In Grant County


Jarvis Kennedy of the Burns Paiute Tribe points out land where the tribe is inviting visitors for the solar eclipse.

Jarvis Kennedy of the Burns Paiute Tribe points out land where the tribe is inviting visitors for the solar eclipse.

Angel Carpenter/Blue Mountain Eagle

There are just 32 days left as the total solar eclipse countdown continues.

Some say the Monday, Aug. 21, celestial event will be an experience of a lifetime.

Camping and RV sites, which have popped up throughout Grant County, are filling up.

The campsites will offer observers a view of the two minutes of totality, and some will also host a weekend of entertainment.

Read more at the Blue Mountain Eagle.

eclipse grant county burns paiute tribe

More News

More OPB

Related Content