Eclipse On The Farm

04/08/24

Repeats: None

Port Farms
2055 Stone Quarry Road
Waterford, Pennsylvania 16441
(814) 796-4500
Region: Pennsylvania's Great Lakes Region
Hours of operation: 11AM-5PM
Admission fee: Standard sized vehicles & pickup trucks: $75 per vehicle , Oversized vehicles (extended vans, RVs, campers): $150 per vehicle, Overnight stays:   Saturday, April 6  – Monday, April 8: $250 Sunday, April 7 – Monday, April 8: $200

Join us for an OUT OF THIS WORLD celestial event! During the total solar eclipse, the Moon will pass between the Earth and the Sun, blocking the Sun's light completely and casting a shadow on the Earth. This spectacular event can’t be observed everywhere, but Erie County is lucky enough to be one of the few locations in the WORLD to see this. The next total solar eclipse in the United States will not occur until 2044, and we will not be on the totality course until 2144. So, don’t miss the fun-filled day that Port Farms and Poverty Knob Farmhouse Ales have planned!  Our location offers the PERFECT backdrop to view the eclipse with an unobstructed view! We are located about 20 minutes south of Erie, PA.   All Day Fun On The Farm:  - Attractions included with admission: Goats, ropes course, jumping pillows, slides, ball zones, game garden, barnyard fort and tire fort  - Enjoy eclipse themed flights at our on-site brewery, Poverty Knob Farmhouse Ales - Live music all day: DJ on the Front Porch Stage (12-4PM), Acoustic band in Events Barn (11AM-2PM), Solo acoustic artist in - - - Poverty Knob Farmhouse Ales (4-7PM) - Food will be available to purchase from Jerry’s Smokehouse & Grill, Harvest Barn Café and food trucks. - Warm up next to campfires located throughout the farm. - We will have eclipse themed merch available for purchase.  Admission:  - Standard sized vehicles & pickup trucks: $75 per vehicle  - Oversized vehicles (extended vans, RVs, campers): $150 per vehicle  Overnight Stay (no hookups or tent camping):  - Saturday, April 6  – Monday, April 8: $250 - Sunday, April 7 – Monday, April 8: $200 Things To Know:  - The parking lot opens at 10AM. - The farm and select attractions are open 11AM-5PM.  - The Brewery is open 11AM – 8PM. - The entire solar eclipse lasts approximately 2 hours and 28 minutes. Totality begins on the farm at 3:16PM and ends at 3:19PM. - The first 1,000 guests will receive complimentary ISO-certified eclipse glasses. Glasses should be worn to safely view the eclipse. Please do not view the eclipse without proper eyewear.  - There will be warming stations (campfires) located throughout the farm. - We will have inside spaces available to hangout in (Events Barn and brewery).  - This event is rain or shine. Refunds will not be offered.

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