Traveling Responsibly

As you make your way to Wyoming’s beautiful, wide-open spaces, 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. Stay informed to minimize your risk, and the risk of others. By adventuring responsibly, we can maintain Wyoming as safe haven and source of inspiration.

CDC Travel Tips

Wyoming Dept. of Health

 

Reopening Announcements and Current Travel Restrictions

As you make your way to Wyoming, 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: Check to see if there are face mask ordinances for the areas in which you plan to travel. The Wyoming Office of Tourism recommends wearing face coverings throughout the state, so plan to pack a mask for the safety of yourself and those around you.

National Parks & Monuments: Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Devils Tower National Monument, Fossil Butte National Monument and Fort Laramie National Historic Site are open with some limitations.

State Parks: Wyoming’s state parks are open to everyone, regardless of residency, for day use and overnight camping. Campsites must be reserved through Wyoming State Parks’ reservation system.

Rodeos & Events: Five of Wyoming’s large rodeos and events have been canceled for 2020: Cheyenne Frontier Days, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, Laramie Jubilee Days, Central Wyoming Fair & PRCA Rodeo in Casper and Thermopolis Cowboy Rendezvous PRCA Rodeo.

Click Learn More below for more information on reopenings and restrictions affecting travel to and within the state. For real-time announcements, please follow @VisitWyoming on Twitter.

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