Toadstock Info

About the Eclipse

According to the National Eclipse website, On August 21, 2017, America will be treated to its first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in nearly 100 years. From Oregon to South Carolina, the eclipse will trace a 67-mile-wide path of totality across the country and millions of Americans will witness a once-in-a-lifetime event as the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun and day turns to night for up to almost three minutes. Alliance Nebraska falls directly on the path of the Eclipse.

Learn more about the Eclipse at the National Eclipse website,

National Eclipse Map

Maps and Directions

Toadstock is located near Alliance, Nebraska on a beautiful stretch of prairie.

From downtown Alliance, take 10th Street (becomes Otoe Road) west for approximately 6 miles. The Amphitheater is just 1/4 mile north of Otoe Road on County Road 67.

Driving Directions


Parking is Free

Hours of Operation

Campers Welcome Friday at Noon through Tuesday at Noon with Ticket Purchase

Friday - Tuesday

  Park opens at noon, Closes at 2:00 am

  Ticket sales: Noon - Midnight

What to Bring




All outside alcoholic beverages must be kept in the camping area and are not allowed in the event area per county regulations.