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Summer Eclipse

Mon, Aug 21

Experience a once in a lifetime opportunity from Pine Marten Lodge at Mt. Bachelor! Tickets for RV parking during the eclipse are now on sale and are expected to sell-out fast. 


Sunday, August 20: Greg Botsford and the Journeymen take the stage from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. outside on the deck of West Village. 


$149 for three nights - Saturday 8/19, Sunday 8/20 and Monday 8/21

Valid for one RV or trailer plus one accompanying car. Select 'RV Parking Permit' from the drop down menu on the e-store.

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Spend the weekend with us and watch the eclipse from Mt. Bachelor. An Eclipse RV Parking Permit allows you to spend up to three nights, with an arrival as early as 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 19 and check-out no later than 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 22. You are welcome to stay fewer nights, but the permit fee will not be reduced for shorter stays.

Advantages to parking at Mt. Bachelor during the eclipse:

  • Restrooms and pay-showers are available during daylight hours.
  • There is a lot do to! From scenic chairlift rides to downhill mountain biking , hiking and disc golf , you have plenty of options to keep yourself busy while your RV is parked.
  • We have basic camping supplies available at our Gravity Sports retail store in case you forgot something or run out.
  • Our Clearing Rock Bar & Outdoor Grill will be open, giving you another option for food & beverages aside from your own. We'll have live music playing Sunday evening on the bar deck. And don't forget about the idea of an upscale Sunset Dinner at Pine Marten Lodge. We're accepting reservations for Hawaiian-themed buffet dinners each night that weekend.

We are only selling 100 spaces at the $149 rate. Based on demand, we may open up additional inventory - but at a higher price. Reserve your RV parking spot for the eclipse today before we sell-out.

Frequently Asked Questions

This product is non-transferable and non-refundable. Product purchaser must be present at time of check-in and should be prepared to show photo ID to verify identity. Please visit our RV Parking page to learn more about our RV parking policies and procedures.


$39 per-person, all-ages - SOLD OUT

Price includes commemorative Mt. Bachelor eclipse-viewing glasses

Load the Pine Marten chairlift as early as 8:00 a.m. on Monday, August 21, and watch the solar eclipse from the a spectacular viewing spot high on Mt. Bachelor at elevation 7,800 ft. The eclipse begins over Mt. Bachelor at 9:05 a.m. and reaches its maximum at 10:20 a.m. While total darkness will not occur at Mt. Bachelor since the eclipse will be at 99% of totality, you'll be able to see the shadow of total darkness traveling across the landscape just to the north.

While you're on the mountain, enjoy breakfast and/or lunch at Pine Marten Lodge. Our full-service Scapolo's restaurant will be open during and after the eclipse.

Every person riding the chairlift prior to the normal 11:00 a.m. summer opening time must have a $39 eclipse-viewing lift ticket in order to board the lift. Mt. Bachelor’s summer season pass holders and previous 2016-17 winter season pass holders who have complimentary summer chairlift ride benefits can still ride the chairlift for free on Monday, August 21, but only after our normal 11:00 a.m. opening time.

We only have 500 eclipse-viewing lift tickets available, and they're likely to sell-out very soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

This product is non-transferable and non-refundable. Product purchaser must be present at time of check-in and should be prepared to show photo ID to verify identity. Mt. Bachelor aims to provide you with the best possible all-mountain experience in the Northwest. Mother Nature is truly in charge and weather can change rapidly at higher elevations. The chairlift will operate during periods of light or moderate rain, but may be closed during episodes of heavy rain, if it snows or if there is icing. All mountain operations will be suspended if lightning is in the area. Mt. Bachelor does not offer refunds due to weather or conditions.