There are many options on where to stay in the Dallas area!
Dallas’s Best Western hotel is already all booked up for Sunday, August 20th (the night before the eclipse), but still has rooms available before and after the 20th – book them soon though; they’re going fast!
The City of Dallas has also made camping sites available for Saturday and Sunday nights of Eclipse weekend. Sites are a $300 flat rate for both nights, and are 20 ft wide by 30 ft long. You can get more details and book your camping site here!
Trinity Lutheran Church in Dallas has dry RV campsites available Saturday and Sunday nights as well. RV/tent sites are a $300 flat rate for both nights, and tent-only sites are a $250 flat rate for both nights. RV sites are 40 ft x 80 ft, and tent-only sites are 40 ft x 40 ft. Get more details and book your site here!
If you’re a resident of Dallas and have a little extra space at home, we encourage you to think about offering a room (or more space, if you’ve got it) for rent on Airbnb. More info on how to do that coming!
For an even more comprehensive list of lodging options available in the Dallas area, visit Travel Salem’s eclipse page and scroll down to “Salem-area lodging options during the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse.”