Colorado Springs in El Paso County is transitioning out of the "Safer-at-Home" phase of its COVID-19 response, which allows for expanded reopening of businesses that adhere to strict social distancing and safety guidelines, including dine-in service at restaurants. Teller and Fremont County are permitting additional businesses to open, including dine-in service at restaurants and other food & drink establishments. Trails, parks and open spaces are open and many outdoor recreation activities are available. Most attractions are not yet open, and are working toward that status. We recommend keeping your plans fluid, researching county restrictions before you travel and becoming familiar with reservation cancellation policies.
You can find the CDC Toolkit for Domestic Travelers here.
Click on the categorized tiles below to learn when and which businesses remain closed, what restrictions remain in place, different actual and virtual experiences you can enjoy and information that will allow you to properly plan upcoming trips to the Pikes Peak region.
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Colorado Springs consists of three counties – El Paso, Teller and Fremont. Each county may have different procedures and regulations in regard to COVID-19, so please check their websites for the most up-to-date information:
Alexea joined VCOS in February 2020 after spending five years at a public relations agency. She oversees VCOS’ internal and external communications, including media and influencer relationships, social media strategy and editorial content. Ask her about the next 14er on her hiking list or her adorable (but mischievous) golden retriever named Ranger.