Updates & Alerts

The Grand County Colorado Tourism Board recognizes that travelers might be concerned about how COVID-19 and wildfires it might affect travel in the area. The travel industry’s guiding principle is to seek and heed the most up-to-date expert guidance, and we urge the traveling public to do the same.

Help Us Prevent Wildfires: Stage 2 Fire Restrictions in Effect

As of June 25, 2021, Grand County is currently under Stage 2 Fire Restrictions. There are currently three major wildfires burning in the state, with one active less than 20 miles from Kremmling. Under Stage 2 Fire Restrictions the following activities are prohibited:

  • No open fires, including charcoal grills, are permitted both at campgrounds or private residences.
  • Possession, use and sale of fireworks.
  • Use of torches with an open flame and incendiary devices such as explosives.
  • Smoking outside of an enclosed vehicle or building.
  • Use of chainsaws without a USDA or SAE approved spark-arresting device.
View County Fire Restrictions Here

Timed-Entry System at Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park will be implementing a timed-entry system for visitors seeking to access the park after May 28, 2021. Two reservations will be available for the designated areas and times:

  • Bear Lake Road Corridor, 5 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Rest of Rocky Mountain National Park, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Reservations are not required outside of the designated times. New reservations become available on the first of each month for later in the season.

Learn More About RMNP Timed-Entry

Stay Safe and Protect Our Community

The following recommendations are in place in Grand County relating to COVID-19 for residents and visitors. While we encourage you to visit and patronize our local businesses, please mind these local mandates to do so safely. 

Indoors

  • Masks are strongly recommended but no longer required indoors for vaccinated individuals. 
  • Masks are recommended for children ages 2 to 11 in indoor public spaces. 
  • Maintaining 6-foot distancing is required in indoors in spaces that seat 500 or more people.
  • Restaurants: 6-foot distances between tables at restaurants is strongly recommended, but no longer required.

Outdoors
  • Masks are strongly recommended but no longer required. 
  • 6-foot distancing is recommended, but no longer required. 
  • Outdoor events are no longer required to have approval.
View County Health Updates Here
 

*Updated June 25, 2021