Eivind Eckbo (born 10 August 1927) is a Norwegian politician, lawyer and farmer.
While working as a lawyer in Bø i Telemark, he stood as the second candidate of Anders Lange's Party on the Telemark ballot in the Norwegian parliamentary election, 1973. He was the interim chairman of Anders Lange's Party from the death of party chairman and founder Anders Lange in 1974, until 1975. He has later been deputy chairman and held other offices by the same party after it changed its name into the Progress Party.
He is married to Margaret Eckbo, also a politician for the Progress Party, of which she got introduced to through her husband. She had two children from before they got married, he had 7.