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Where to RV Camp for the 2024 Solar Eclipse in Vermont

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Jessica Johnson
February 7, 2024

Vermont, with its picturesque landscapes and clear skies, is a prime location to witness the 2024 Solar Eclipse. See Harvest Host locations that will enhance your eclipse experience and skip.

Where to RV Camp for the 2024 Solar Eclipse in Vermont

Where will the solar eclipse be visible in 2024?

As the celestial ballet continues, anticipation builds for the spectacular solar eclipse set to grace the skies in 2024. Vermont, with its picturesque landscapes and clear skies, is a prime location to witness this astronomical event. If you're eager to catch a glimpse of the solar spectacle, explore our blogs on other states like New York and Maine, and our Solar Eclipse page!

What time is the solar eclipse in Vermont?

Mark your calendars and set your alarms! To make the most of this awe-inspiring event in Vermont, it's crucial to know the precise time of the solar eclipse.

  • Partial Eclipse Begins: 2:13 pm EST

  • Totality Starts: 3:25 pm EST

  • Totality Ends: 3:31 pm pm EST

  • Partial Eclipse Ends: 4:48 pm EST

Where to camp in Vermont for the 2024 eclipse?

Discover Last-Minute Camping Spots

Planning a last-minute trip to witness the solar eclipse? Harvest Hosts offers RV camping options to enhance your experience. Here are a few featured locations within the path of totality.

  1. Seed to Soap Farm

Enjoy this farm in scenic Shelburne, VT, only 9 miles from downtown Burlington but surrounded by farms and fields. Farm Craft grows over 50 varieties of herbs, distills essential oils and presses seed oil, and raises bees organically. Natural body care products are crafted in small batches in their Farm Lab and sold in the Farm Shop. Farm Craft VT.jpg

Request a stay at Seed to Soap Farm

  1. Alpacas and Beef Farm

Enjoy this family-owned and operated farm that resides in the quiet Green Mountains of Vermont. Here, they raise alpacas, they also raise and sell natural grass-fed beef and chickens.

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  1. Art Brewery:

Enjoy this dog friendly brewery and art gallery! The art gallery features over 60 artists and the brewery has locally brewed libations as well as warm pretzels to enjoy.

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Request a stay at Art Brewery

  1. Vermont Aviary:

The Vermont Aviary educates and nurtures an appreciation for the environment. Come and learn about the birds of Vermont during the solar eclipse!

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  1. All Ears Corn Maze

This farm has it all! Featuring a smaller maze for kids and a longer one for the more adventurous, an animal barn, pumpkin & sunflower patches, and farm-themed attractions. There's plenty to do before and after the solar eclipse here!

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Request a stay at All Ears Corn Maze

Explore these options and secure your spot for an unforgettable celestial experience.

RV Camping in the Path of Totality

For those seeking the ultimate camping experience in the path of totality, we've got you covered. Our map showcases over 500 locations, ensuring you find the perfect RV camping spot. Enter the address to check if a Host location falls within the path of totality, guaranteeing an unobstructed view of the eclipse.

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Book your Vermont eclipse camping trip today

Don't miss the chance to be part of this celestial event. Book your Vermont eclipse camping trip today and secure your spot with the ECLIPSE24 discount. Embrace the magic of the solar eclipse in the heart of Vermont's natural beauty, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

About Harvest Hosts
Harvest Hosts is a unique RV camping membership that offers self-contained RVers unlimited overnight stays at over 5,612 small businesses across North America with no camping fees. Boondock at farms, wineries, breweries, attractions, and other one-of-a-kind destinations throughout North America, and you’ll get peace of mind knowing that a safe place to stay is always nearby!
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Jessica Johnson
Traveling with her husband, three children, and their dog, Chili, Jessica explores America via road trips. Jessica's unique perspective focuses on genuine experiences rather than typical tourist routes. She uses resources like CampersCard, CampScanner, and Harvest Hosts to ensure every journey is memorable. Despite a busy schedule, she captures and shares serene moments amid the chaos of family life and travel. Her work offers a unique journey through less-traveled Family Friendly roads.