The Buckeye State is in the path of totality for the next solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) wants to help give people the experience of a lifetime.
ODNR said camping spots are still available at multiple Ohio state parks that are in the solar eclipse’s path. Individuals can reserve their camping spot by visiting ReserveOhio.com.
“Our state parks provide a beautiful backdrop to all sorts of fun outdoor activities,” ODNR Director Mary Mertz said. “Our campers can get a great spot for the total eclipse along with some expert programming from our naturalists and fun activities all weekend long.”