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"Great American Eclipse" Tabling during the Total Solar Eclipse

Join park rangers for information and activities before the celestial show begins!

Do you know why total solar eclipses happen? How do they affect wildlife? Are you prepared to safely view the solar eclipse? Do you have an interest in working with NASA? 

Come find out the answers to these questions and how you can participate in a community science project before the main event! We will have an information table set up in the overflow parking lot (look for the green canopy) before, during, and after totality of the solar eclipse. Additionally, we will have a solar filter set up on a telescope, alternative ways to view the eclipse, trivia, arts and crafts and more!

To participate in the Eclipse Soundscapes community science project, please visit Observer Page – Eclipse Soundscapes to learn more about the project itself and how you can be prepared to participate on eclipse day! Participants who bring back their completed data sheet will receive complimentary eclipse SWAG!

Where: Overflow day use parking lot
Bring: Your family, water, and eclipse glasses
We will have a limited supply of ISO-certified solar eclipse glasses for sale at Headquarters ($3.19 with tax per pair).
You won’t be able to enter the park on eclipse day without a pre-purchased day pass or camping permit; a state park pass does not guarantee your entry.

If ADA assistance is required, please email at least 2 weeks in advance.

**Park programs are subject to change/cancellation in the event of inclement weather**