I'm going to the Oregon Solar Fest in Madras, along with several other Santa Cruz Astronomy Club members. We made our campsite reservations nearly a year ago, several of us have full RV hookups, several more are tenting it. 2 minutes 2 seconds of totality at our campsite.
the Oregon Solar Fest still has lots of camping, both RV and tent, at 'Solar Town' which is a huge field just north of town, near the airport (which happens to house an awesome air museum with a large collection of flying WW-II warbirds). They are going to offer 'glamping' too, which will be fancy large tents already setup with queen airbeds inside, everything you need, just show up, camp a couple nights, enjoy the eclipse, and leave, they'll break camp.
I also am going to the Madras event. Ordered my tickets a few weeks ago.
I contacted the organizers and they say that the "Solar Town" location will have no nighttime lighting so it's good for stargazing, quiet hours from 11 pm to 7 am, and generators are OK.
I'll be doing my prius-powered setup like at GSSP/Calstar with some flexibility to dump imaging for visual as the conditions and crowds permit.