Town Of Jackson
Grand Teton National Park
Yellowstone National Park
The area known as Jackson Hole and the greater surrounding Teton and Yellowstone region, are within the line of totality for the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse. Like similar locations along the 70-mile-wide path, preparations are underway, almost all lodging and camping is sold out, and the destination is expecting a significant capacity crunch during this once-in-a-lifetime event.
Thank you for learning more about this special area while considering a trip to the Tetons for eclipse viewing. The anticipated influx of visitors to the region and the potential resulting impact on protected public and private lands makes careful travel planning, preparation, and education essential. We look forward to experiencing this rare and thrilling event in a most- exceptional place together and appreciate the shared interest in a successful Teton Eclipse.
This summer on Monday, August 21, 2017 at 11:34:55 the Town of Jackson and the surrounding public and private lands that make up Teton County, Wyoming will see the start of a total solar eclipse.
View our maps of viewing sites, camping, parking etc.
FAQ’S are provided courtesy of the Wyoming office of Travel & Tourism.
Official Designated and Government Sanctioned Total Solar Eclipse Viewing Areas & Maps Coming Late Spring. Thank You for Checking Back and Keeping Up-to-Date as Official Public Viewing Areas Are Released.
Solar Eclipse safety, enjoyment and success depends on preparedness, organization and sharing the correct information. Teton County and Town of Jackson public safety planning efforts have been underway since 2015. The Public Safety team dedicated to eclipse preparedness consists of Teton County Emergency Management, Jackson Hole Fire and EMS, Teton County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson Police Department and public land partners including Grand Teton National Park, Bridger-Teton National Forest, National Elk Refuge with support from Emergency Service Function Coordinators and Support from State Agencies.
Eclipse planning solutions to concerns are in progress progress. Thank you for learning more about potential risks of wildfire, weather events, emergencies and solar safety in advance of Eclipse on August 21, 2017.