Eclipse Camping at Huntington High School


The Huntington School District and the Huntington Chamber of Commerce will be hosting 20' X 20' (TENT ONLY) camp sites for $300 for three days (August 18, 19 & 20, 2017). Additionally, a limited number of reserved parking spaces will be available to those staying at the school camp sites.  One parking permit per a camp site will be issued until campsites are sold out.

Huntington, a rural town of 550, lies near the Oregon/Idaho border halfway between Baker City, Oregon and Ontario, Oregon. Huntington, the self-styled “Catfish Capitol of Oregon”, is geographically a part of Oregon’s “High Desert”. The climate is dry and sunny but can get quite cold in the winter and hot in the summer. The town, a former bustling railroad center, has a main street consisting of two grocery/convenience stores, a restaurant, two taverns, a beauty salon/laundromat/tanning salon/liquor store/sporting goods store, a service station, and a post office. The town is also home to two parks, a museum, and a church.

Huntington lies slightly off the center line of the eclipse making it among the top spots in Oregon to view the Solar Eclipse of 2017.

For more information or to make a reservation, please visit our website.

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