Forbes: Where to Book for Oct. ‘Ring Of Fire’ Solar Eclipse

On Saturday, October 14, 2023, a new moon will drift in front of the sun over the course of about three hours. At no point will all of the sun be blocked—this is not a total solar eclipse—but during the peak of the event you’ll be able to see (through solar eclipse glasses only) an incredible “ring of fire” annular solar eclipse. A circular light around the moon will be caused by our natural satellite being slightly further away from Earth than on average.

The entire North American continent will that day see some kind of partial solar eclipse, but only from within a 125 miles wide path through Oregon, California and the US southwest will the “ring of fire” be visible.

It will be seen from a mess of US National Parks, including:

  • Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
  • Great Basin National Park, Nevada
  • Canyonlands National Park, Utah
  • Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
  • Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
  • Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado

Camping and lodging facilities in the national parks are more or less full by now. However, there are still lots of options.

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