May 13, 2020

Updated August 13, 2020

As restrictions begin to ease it is important to travel and recreate responsibly. Check back regularly for updates on Wyoming COVID-19 travel restrictions

National Parks, Monuments, Forests and Public Lands:

The national forests themselves are open. Find more information here.

Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are open. This is a phased approach and visitors will be able to access roads, some stores, public restroom, gas stations, trails, boardwalks, and medical clinics. Find more information here.

Grand Teton Lodge Company is delaying its summer season opening dates for Flagg Ranch Cabins, Colter Bay Village Cabins & RV Park. Find more information here.

Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites:

All state parks and historic sites are open. Normal park fees apply; visitors are urged to use fee canisters. Find more information here. Reservations can be made here.

Restaurants and Shopping:

Places of public gathering, including restaurants, bars, coffeehouses, breweries, theaters are open. Many of these facilities will still offer delivery or takeout options.

Some stores are requiring the use of face mask to enter.

More Information

Travel Wyoming
Governor Gordon and the State of Wyoming
Wyoming Department of Health

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