Seymour and Jackson County, Indiana is the perfect place to view the historic 2024 Eclipse!

Seymour and Jackson County, Indiana will be an exciting place to be on April 8, 2024, as it will be within the path of totality for the Solar Eclipse! Totality will occur here around 3 p.m. and last for just under four minutes.

Seymour and Jackson County is conveniently situated within driving distance of major cities like Indianapolis, Louisville, and Cincinnati – and is far away from light pollution, which makes it an ideal place to take in this rare opportunity. 

We’re conveniently located off Interstate 65, and is about an hour north of Louisville, and an hour south of Indianapolis. Just look for Exit 50 and you will find us! 

Seymour and Jackson County also is accessible from U.S. 31 as well as U.S. 50, about an hour-and-a-half west of Cincinnati. Seymour is located in Jackson County, which also includes Brownstown, Crothersville, and Medora.  Our community is easily accessed to view the 2024 Solar Eclipse, and we invite you to join us for this special event! 

Seymour is planning a festival on April 7, ahead of the Eclipse! Be sure to stop by for the vendors, live music, and educational piece of this one-time festival! Click here for all the information you need! 

Stay in Seymour and Jackson County

Hotels and Overnight Stays

Seymour has a number of hotel options and overnight stays. Just check our Lodging tab to find out more information!

Camping

Camping in Jackson County will be offered at the Jackson County Fairgrounds. We’ve made it easy for you to book!

Private camping arrangements 

Chateau de Pique Winery & Brewery – Primitive Camping – 812-522-9296 – $35 per night

Freetown, IN – Primitive Lakeside Camping – 812-528-1583 – $50 per night tent, $100 for RV.

Swifty Events – RV and  Tent Camping – 812-528-9051

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