Experience the Solar Eclipse on August 21
Submitted by Programs & Events Committee
The path of the first total solar eclipse in the US mainland since 1979 will cross the northeast corner of Georgia in August. The Big Canoe POA Programs & Events Committee is sponsoring a day trip to the Tallulah Gorge State Park which is in the direct path of the eclipse on Monday, August 21st. The partial eclipse will begin after 1 p.m. The total eclipse begins at 2:36 pm and will last for 2 minutes and 21 seconds, one of the longest viewing periods in the state.
Guests will be responsible for packing their own lunch and beverages. Vendors will also have food available for purchase. Activities will be provided by Tallulah Gorge State Park and by the trip sponsors at the tailgating location. The next total solar eclipse will occur in the mainland US in 2024 and in Georgia in 2045.