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Solar Eclipse 2024


Mark your calendars! On Monday, April 8, 2024, Ohioans will be treated to an awe-inspiring sight: a total solar eclipse spanning 124 miles. Don't miss this incredible event!


Residents of Sandusky County, Ohio, are in for a rare and spectacular event. Throughout the history of the United States, only 21 total solar eclipses have crossed the lower 48 states. The last time Ohio witnessed a total solar eclipse was in 1806, and the next one won't be until 2099.


As a result of this rare event, Sandusky County is anticipating a significant surge in the number of visitors to the area. The county is preparing for an influx of people seeking to witness this exceptional phenomenon.


Please keep in mind, it is imperative that you obtain the required licenses if you plan to host visitors to the area by offering camping on your property or preparing food for sale. Click on the links below to get all the information you need on how to plan and obtain the necessary licenses for these activities.

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Updated on 2/20/2024

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