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2024 Solar Eclipse Events at The Sycamore Winery

The Sycamore Winery will be hosting a viewing party, camping and other activities surrounding the Total Solar Eclipse on April 8, 2024. Terre Haute will be in the line of totality for the Eclipse, making The Sycamore Winery the perfect viewing location with our 60-acre property of wide open space. Learn more about the Total Solar Eclipse and activities in the Terre Haute area.


Here are a list of activities planned at the winery (more details to be added closer to the date). 

  • Friday, April 5 – Tuesday, April 9 = Camping @ the Winery (reservations required - see information below) 

  • Friday & Saturday, April 5-6 = Tasting Room open 12-9pm EST (open to public - no reservations needed)

  • Sunday, April 7 = Tasting Room open 12-5pm EST (open to public - no reservations needed) 

  • Monday, April 8 = Lakeside Eclipse Yoga 11am EST (all ages welcome – Register Now)- this event requires pre-purchased tickets

    • Note: Ticket sales for Yoga will end at 8pm EST on Friday, April 5. ​

  • Monday, April 8 = Solar Eclipse Viewing Party from 12-5pm EST (open to public) See more Details Here

    • This free event is open to all ages and will include area food trucks, eclipse themed drinks, viewing glasses, and wide open spaces for viewing! Eclipse viewing glasses will be available for the first 700 guests. Glasses are available (1) per person and can be picked up at either the indoor or outdoor bar. Person must be present to pick up glasses (meaning we will not hand out more than (1) pair of glasses to a single person). 

    • No reservations or tickets needed to attend the viewing party. We encourage you to bring your lawn chairs or blankets. 

    • NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL is allowed on our property, NO COOLERS, and NO TENTS. We ask that you please support the local businesses setup at this event by purchasing food and drinks onsite. 

    • PARKING INFO: Parking lot will open at 11:30am EST for public (not including yoga participants). We suggest arriving no later than 1:30pm EST to get a parking spot, setup your chairs, grab a drink or something eat, and walk the trails before the eclipse begins. Again, parking is free. We ask that you follow the parking attendants to help us maximize all parking on the property (combination of paved, gravel and grass parking). There is NO parking on the street or across from the winery as this is private property. There will be plenty of parking on our property if you pull in and allow our staff to direct you to a spot! Leaving the event...we want everyone to make it home safely, therefore we ask that you please be patient when leaving the winery. If you can turn left (West) out of the drive to leave, we encourage taking that direction to avoid backing up the intersection at HWY 63 & Durkees Ferry.

    • We have both indoor seating and covered pavilion seating available if you need to get out of the sun. We cannot allow any tents to be setup on the property. Single chair umbrellas are allowed. 

    • Pets are allowed but only if kept on a leash at all times. Owners must immediately pick-up after their pets and cannot leave any waste on the grounds. 

    • Trash - there will be many trash cans around the property. We ask that you please help us keep our property clean. 

Camp at the Winery April 5- 9, 2024 for the Total Solar Eclipse


We are opening our grounds for the first time to campers during the 2024 Solar Eclipse. Here are all the details about how you can camp right here on our 60-acre property that includes walking trails, two lakes, fishing, fire pits, morning yoga, and wide-open spaces for viewing the solar eclipse.  

Non-electric Campsite: $40/night + one-time $10 fee for water access during your stay


Check-in time: 1pm EST

Check-out time: 12pm EST

No minimum number of nights required. Stay 1 night or all 4 nights. All campers must be checked out by Tuesday, April 9 at 12pm EST. 


  • This is boondocking, plus access to water to fill your tank.  

  • All size campers (motorhome, fifth wheel, travel trailer)  are welcome and can be accommodated. 

  • All camping vehicles must have an interior toilet and built-in holding tanks or bladders for waste water. Port-a-potties that remain inside the vehicle at all times are allowed, but must be dumped off-site. Dumping of gray water onsite is prohibited. 

  • No tent camping allowed. No camping in vehicles that do not have an interior toilet. 

  • Campsites will be available on grass (in case of heavy rain, campsites may be moved to gravel lot). 

  • Must be 21 years of age or older to make reservation. All ages are welcome on the property and inside the winery building when open to the public. 

  • Access to water to fill your tank (bring a hose) is available for an additional fee.

  • No bathroom or shower facilities available on-site.

  • (5) designated fire pits are available around the lakes on the property for your use during your stay. Open fires are only allowed in these designated fire pits and not at your personal campsite. 

  • Access to walking trails around the property. Fishing is allowed for campers during your stay (not available for the general public). 

  • Pets are allowed, but must remain on a leash at all times. 

  • Morning yoga overlooking the lakes will be available at a discounted rate for campers. 

  • Please Note: Our on-site winery tasting room is open to the public Wednesdays – Sundays with special hours on Monday, April 8. 


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