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OREGON’S ONCE IN A LIFETIME EVENT!

It’s been 26 years since the last total solar eclipse has been experienced anywhere in the United States, and nearly a century since one traveled coast-to-coast.  And the Lincoln City, Oregon area is lucky enough to host first landfall. This is the only total solar eclipse that includes Oregon this century, so make plans to experience it!

COUNTDOWN TO THE ECLIPSE

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Lincoln City 2017 Solar Eclipse Event State Map

MAKE LINCOLN CITY YOUR ECLIPSE DESTINATION

Just a short distance away from the center of the path of totality, it’s a breeze to get to Lincoln City. Located on the Oregon Coast, we’re only two hours southwest of Portland and one hour west of Salem.

See it here first as it makes landfall and travels coast to coast across the United States.

[Learn more about getting to Lincoln City]

STAY WITH US

CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF ACCOMMODATIONS IN LINCOLN CITY

– Come early and stay late –

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HOW TO VIEW THE ECLIPSE

It’s why you’re here.

Viewing a total solar eclipse is quite the experience, but safety first! Learn about what to expect to see during the eclipse and how to safely participate.

[Prepare for the best viewing experience]

EXPLORE LINCOLN CITY

There’s no shortage of outdoor recreation to enjoy. With an ocean, lake and bay, all surrounded by natural beauty, the fun never stops. Lincoln City is home to some of the top attractions on the Oregon Coast and offers a variety of dining experiences to suit the tastes of any group. Check out the calendar of events to see what’s going on during your visit.

[Discover things to do in Lincoln City]

SHARE YOUR ECLIPSE EXPERIENCE WITH #LCECLIPSE

We want to hear from you! During your visit to Lincoln City, don’t forget to share your experiences or post directly to our social channels.

STAY ON TOP OF THE WEATHER FORECAST

LATEST NEWS

Stay up to date on latest solar eclipse news as it unfolds. Follow stories locally in the News Guard and regionally in the Oregonian.

Important Local Updates:
• Burn ban is in effect for all fires, including on the beach.
• On-street parking and left-hand turns will be restricted in the Oceanlake District. See map.
• Tune into KBCH AM 1400 or BOSS FM 100.7 for up-to-the-minute news.
• Protective eyewear is available through many retailers in Lincoln City.
• Camping on the beach is prohibited.