People in New Hampshire: There is plenty to know about COVID restrictions. Did you know you may use most state parks (if you keep up you distancing)? You can get take-out food and beer in many places.
NH Coronavirus hotline: dial 211 or 866-444-4211
Lodging is restricted only to vulnerable populations and essential workers, which excludes most people traveling for vacation and recreation. This means hotels; motels; bed and breakfasts; inns; and short term rentals through VRBO, Homeaway, AirBnb are closed to vacationers. Public and private campgrounds may remain open.
Lodgings are open to people who are unable to return to their homes outside of New Hampshire due to flight cancellations, border closures, or other direct and material constraints on travel.
Most New Hampshire state parks are open, but visitors should be aware that support facilities like restrooms and visitors centers are not generally open. Many parking lots are open and visitors using those parks are requested to follow all COVID-19 precautions. All campgrounds, playgrounds, and indoor venues (such as historic site buldings) are closed until further notice.
Visitors with pre-paid or discounted access to a state park are welcome to purchase a day use pass or parking pass reservation in advance to ensure access to the park. If you purchase advanced access, you will be reimbursed when you get to the park and the refund will be applied back to the credit/debit card you used to buy your day use or parking pass.
Pre-paid and discounted access includes: the state park license plate, season passes, New Hampshire Seniors, New Hampshire National Guard, New Hampshire Disabled Veterans, and active military.
Food & Dining
Restaurants may not serve customers onsite, but they may offer take-out and delivery of food. See our list of restaurants offering take-out and delivery. Please visit our Take Out & Delivery List page for additional links & information.