Places to Stay during the Solar Eclipse
As the eclipse approaches, it may be difficult to find accommodations in communities directly under the path of the total solar eclipse. However, it's important to note that no matter where you are in the state, you're never more than a two-hour drive from the path of totality. Stretching from the west side to the east side of the state, there are numerous Wyoming communities and towns with lodging availability, including Cody, Rock Springs, Pinedale, Rawlins and Cheyenne. With diverse lodging options ranging from flagship hotels to guest ranches and boutique properties, Wyoming has numerous options for places to stay during your trip.
See the full list of Wyoming's lodging accommodations here or explore the options below.
Wyoming State Parks: All of Wyoming's state parks are within a few hours driving distance to the path of totality. You can stay the night in a state park or simply participate in one of their eclipse-themed offerings during the day. For more information, visit wyoparks.org or call 1-877-996-7275 to make a reservation.
Campgrounds & RV Parks: There are plentiful campgrounds and RV parks located throughout Wyoming, with sites that range from developed to dispersed. More information on campgrounds and RV parks in Wyoming can be found here.
Additional Lodging: Where you stay on your vacation isn't just where you retire after a full day of adventuring. In Wyoming, it's often where your adventure begins and the place you make memories that last a lifetime. With Wyoming’s natural terrain, there are several options that will fit your personal vacation style. Peruse the full list of Wyoming lodging options here.
Credit: Map data for the path of totality and duration was created by Michael Zeiler with Great American Eclipse.
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