Watch the solar eclipse happen in full totality from a private bluff-top spot overlooking the Ouachita River!

Image showing Riverglen is directly at the center path of totality for this total eclipse event on April 8th 2024

Riverglen is directly at the center of the path of 100% coverage which means we get a full 4 minutes and 17 seconds to enjoy totality of the solar eclipse. Truly a once in a lifetime experience for your family or friends at a unique and private bluff-top viewing location!

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$1,250 per Night

• 2-night Minimum Stay for Sunday April 7th and Monday April 8th.
• Only our family will be viewing the eclipse from the bluffs with you.
• We won't be allowing anyone else to enter the property.
• ISO 12312-2:2015(E) certified solar viewing glasses will be provided.
• No refunds for inclement weather situations.
The next total solar eclipse over the United States is in 2044. Don't miss this rare event!

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View from bluff-top location on the Riverglen Estate that will be private access for our guests staying in the cabin
Actual view from bluff tops
Eclipse Resources:
Great American Eclipse Information Page

What is a total eclipse?
A total eclipse is lineup of the sun, the moon, and Earth. The moon will be directly between the sun and the Earth, casting a shadow on the Earth. Totality (total eclipse) occurs when the moon covers the entirety of the sun except for the corona, or sun's atmosphere. The longest total eclipse time occurs at the center line, where you experience the moon’s shadow’s full width. Outside the cone or umbra, viewers will experience a partial eclipse.

The next opportunities to experience a total solar eclipse over the United States will be in 2044 (in North Dakota and Montana) and 2045 (as it crosses from California to Florida).

Except for the brief period of total eclipse, the only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed sun is through special purpose solar filters which will be provided for our guests.

Total solar eclipse in the sky photography