GRANITE STATE SAFE

Know Before You Go

What to know… hotels, resorts, restaurants, attractions, experiences, and other offerings will be modified and may be subject to limited availability based on direction from health experts and government officials to promote best practices in preventing the spread of Covid-19.

We welcome residents and New Hampshire guests alike to enjoy the natural wonders, legendary Attractions, and endless experiences that the state has to offer in a safe and respectful way. We want all of these opportunities to remain available to all, and the best way that you can help us do that is by finding out what you need to know before you go, being respectful of local communities, businesses, and environments, and being prepared to follow guidance that is designed to keep you and the local residents safe.

By working together, our Attractions, businesses and natural spaces can stay open for you to enjoy and in ways that keep our residents and economy healthy!

Plan Ahead


Call or visit the website of the Attraction 
or business you want to visit to learn about their guidelines and any changes to their operations. Learn whether tickets must be pre-purchased online or if you need to make reservations. Do not be disappointed by being uninformed!

Play it SAFE


When visiting, please Wear a Mask at Attractions, businesses, and anytime you are unable to maintain 6-feet of physical distancing from people not in your party. You will find that
cloth face coverings are required at most places.

Pack Your Patience


Attractions and Businesses are
operating differently. They have adapted to the new “norms” posed by COVID-19, and we encourage you to embrace those changes designed to protect the health of our guests, our employees, and our communities.

The Granite State Safe campaign was developed to share best practices with those visiting the White Mountains Region on how to keep themselves, other guests, and our residents safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our tips and content echo guidance issued for businesses and individuals residing in or visiting the state by the New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services and the Office of Governor Chris Sununu.