See the Annular Solar Eclipse, Camp at EclipseFest23: Multi-Day Festival in October

Another solar eclipse is coming this fall, and there’s one big event that’s bringing thousands of RVers, campers, eclipse chasers, and dark sky fans to Klamath County in Oregon.

EclipseFest23 is a multi-day immersive festival experience just 20 miles from Crater Lake National Park.

It takes place October 10th–15th, with the annular solar eclipse happening on the morning of Saturday, October 14th.

That evening, popular 90s band SMASH MOUTH headlines with a concert to perform their greatest hits like Walking on the Sun, All-Star, Can’t Get Enough of You Baby, for its fanbase of all ages.

An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon is too far away to completely block out the sun, leaving a “ring of fire” in the sky.

What Is An Annular Solar Eclipse?

Aside from on-site RV and tent camping, all three days of the Festival (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) will feature activities and entertainment for all ages.

What Is Happening At EclipseFest23?

Over 70 food, snack, and beverage vendors will be offering a variety of local cuisine, ethnic food, and fair-type foods, and tasty treats to fuel your hunger and quench your thirst.

Food and Drink Vendors

Hang out with festivalgoers (age 21+) and enjoy the casual, relaxed atmosphere of the EclipseFest23 beer garden and brews from three local craft brewers until late.

Beer Garden

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