Total Solar Eclipse At Ron Coleman Mining April 8, 2024

Total Solar Eclipse At Ron Coleman Mining April 8, 2024

Experience The Total Solar Eclipse at Ron Coleman Crystal Mine in Jessieville, Arkansas. During an eclipse, the sun, the moon and the earth are in perfect alignment. In perfect alignment their various types of cosmic energies become aligned or stacked. When that happens, they magnify and amplify each other. There's no better place to ride the energy wave than at our quartz mine.

If you have visited us in the past, you know we have a beautiful open space, without light pollution to enjoy this historic event.  Follow the link for a map view of the path of the solar eclipse showing Ron Coleman Mining in the path of total darkness.  2044 is the next opportunity you will have to enjoy a solar eclipse at our high energy crystal mine. 

Bookmark this page to keep up-to-date on plans for viewing the historic solar eclipse in Arkansas.   Ron Coleman Mining is making plans to celebrate the event with first time opportunities that will be announced very shortly.  While you are reading this, get a little adventurous, visualize riding our zip-line in total darkness, digging your own crystals during this historic solar event, participating in a yoga class, Reiki healing, sound bath and more! We are brainstorming on all opportunities to enjoy this historic event.   We cannot wait!!

We have opened bookings at our on-site campground, Crystal Ridge RV Park, for persons interested in traveling to an area of the country without light pollution that is expected to have an extended period of total darkness. Book online at   or call 501-209-9933. As needed, we will opened an extensive on-site area for primitive camping.  Eclipse chasing groups that wish to arrive together, have self-contained recreational vehicles and are a large group, contact 501-984-5396 or email your group size and contact information to for more information about a large group gathering for April 8, 2024.

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Solar Eclipse 2024 Arkansas