COVID-19 Travel & Wildfire Information

High Fire Danger

Wyoming is expected to have an unseasonably hot, dry summer and fall. Wyoming’s public lands have rated fire danger as moderately high and may have fire restrictions put in place to ensure public safety and protect natural resources. Be sure to research any fire restrictions in your area and follow any requirements put into place.

Even if fires aren’t present in Wyoming, you might experience smoke from fires burning in other western states. Please be prepared for reduced visibility and poor air quality. Smoke from other fires in the West can often be present in parts of western Wyoming, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks.

Traveling Responsibly

Please continue to follow guidelines for protective measures put out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These include washing hands frequently with soap and water, minimizing hand-to-face contact and maintaining a social distance of up to 6-feet from other people.

Current Travel Restrictions

Circumstances are changing daily. We encourage you to check in with cities, businesses and events before setting out and to keep up to date with the latest travel guidelines in the U.S. and Wyoming.

Face Masks in Wyoming: Masks are required on federal lands (which includes national parks) in buildings and other locations where social distancing isn’t possible. Please plan to pack and wear a mask for the safety of yourself and those around you.

National Parks & Monuments: All national parks, monuments and historic sites are open. Those visiting national parks will be required to wear masks while indoors on any national park property, including visitor centers, lodging, restaurants, shops and other buildings. Masks should also be worn outdoors in national parks when social distancing isn’t possible. Camping reservations are required for all campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park and several campgrounds in Yellowstone National Park. Reservations can be made at recreation.gov.

State Parks: State parks are open to everyone for day use and overnight stays. Yurts, cabins and campsites must be reserved in advance through Wyoming State Parks’ reservation system.

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