This following is from a website called Eclipse Experience. I first learned about this on Facebook.
The website reads:
Come park your RV or trailer on this parcel of prime Oregon farmland, adjacent to the beautiful North Santiam River. Located smack dab in the center of the moon shadow's path, you will marvel at a TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE, where the stars come out in midday, the air chills and the birds stop singing ! Unobstructed 360 degree view from sunrise to sunset. Duration of totality at this location is 2 MINUTES LONG ! Located in charming Scio, Oregon, only 7 miles east of I-5. Scio is the "Covered Bridge Capitol" of the Northwest. Parking for SELF-CONTAINED RV's and trailers ONLY, as there are no water or sanitation hook-ups... There are markets, taverns and restaurants nearby, concerts and many events celebrating this historic cosmic event. @@@ NOTE ! @@@ There is a 2 night minimum stay ($500, $250/night). We accept most major credit cards. All reservations are final, no refunds. This is a once-in-a-lifetime celestial event, not to be missed ! All hotels and campgrounds within a 2 hour radius are SOLD OUT ! Reserve EARLY, as parking spaces are LIMITED ! Share this cosmic event with friends, family and loved ones... Leash friendly... woof !
Granted, most RV parks and campgrounds (not to mention hotels and motels) near the eclipse's path are already booked up. But $250/night for RV parking in a farm field with no hookups with a minimum of two nights?! I'd pass and boondock somewhere instead. But I already have my campsite reserved in Idaho.
I did think using the image from Spaceballs was rather cute.
To go to their website, click here.