By now, all of Oregon’s reservable campgrounds in the path of this year’s total solar eclipse are booked. But left unaccounted for are the hundreds of first-come, first-served sites that will be up for grabs this August.

Between the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, there are more than 100 first-come, first-served campgrounds in Oregon, offering hundreds of sites in a jam-packed path of totality. Dozens more are found just outside the path.

Officials expect people to start showing up at the start of the maximum 14-day window to stay at the campgrounds, meaning they could conceivably be full long before last-minute campers show up on the weekend before the eclipse, which will cross Oregon the morning of Monday, Aug. 21.

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