Come well.
Stay well.
Leave well.

Whether you are a first-time guest or regular visitor, we are happy to have you and hope you enjoy your stay. Like many communities, we are working hard to protect the health and safety of all our residents and guests. Limiting the transmission of COVID-19 is a top priority. Our success has been due to the community’s commitment to social distancing and the use of face coverings. Now we are asking for your help, too, in respecting those ongoing efforts. We are asking all visitors to join our residents in adhering to the…

Five Commitments of Containment

  • I will maintain 6 feet of physical distance.

  • I will cover my face in public.

  • I will wash my hands often.

  • I will stay home when I am sick.

  • I will get tested immediately if I have symptoms.⁠

Face Coverings Required

Face coverings are required by Public Health Order in Eagle County and we thank you in advance for protecting yourself as well as our staff and residents during your visit. Please be advised:

  • Face coverings are not a substitute for maintaining 6 feet of physical distance in any public environment. Please do not stay in close quarters with anyone from outside your household or hotel room.

  • You should plan to wear a face covering when entering any place of business or public indoor environment (retail store, grocery store, post office, library, other government buildings, theater, etc.)

  • As a general rule, masks are not required in an outdoor environment unless you are in a densely populated public outdoor space, or you cannot consistently maintain 6 feet of physical distance from non-household members for 15 minutes or longer.

Visitor guidance for isolation and quarantine

If you become symptomatic or test positive for COVID-19 during your stay in Eagle County, you are required to self-isolate at your own expense. Ideally, you should stay at your current lodging, but if that's not possible, you still must self-isolate or self-quarantine, depending on your situation.

According the the standing public health order:

  • All non-Local Residents that develop Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 during their travel within Eagle County will:

    1. Adhere to Self-Isolation requirements in Section III(C)(1) above, even if this prolongs their stay in Eagle County at the traveler’s expense.

    2. Contact a local healthcare provider for guidance and to schedule COVID-19 testing as quickly as possible

We ask you to please respect this guidance for your own health and safety as well as that of our community.

Household Limits for visitors

Household Limits for Visitors:

    • Although lodging is considered a critical business by the state, the Public Health Order also limits private gatherings to no more than 10 people from no more than two households. Please check the state’s restrictions to see gathering limits based on our current level. We believe this statewide requirement applies to lodging and rental properties.

    • Visitors that normally live in different homes and share a house or hotel while they are visiting Eagle County are not considered household members. For example, a mother, father and their two adult children and spouses would like to visit Eagle County and they live in three different towns. In this example, they would be considered three households while visiting Eagle County.

    • Towns may have stricter requirements, if you are staying within a town like Vail or Avon, we highly recommend checking with their town on their current orders as well

Adapting to the needs of towns and businesses

Cities and towns throughout Eagle County have the authority to implement their own specific public health guidance, and visitors to those municipalities must adapt to that expectation.

Avon | Basalt | Beaver Creek | Eagle | Eagle-Vail | Edwards | Gypsum | Minturn | Red Cliff | Vail

Open for Business: all businesses in Eagle County have implemented protocols to meet local social distancing requirements that have been put in place to protect you. Please respect the policies of our local establishments.

Search and find open businesses like restaurants, hotel, retail and services to learn specific hours and protocols at

Eagle County
Reopening Information

We Got This!

Eagle County has transitioned to the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment’s COVID Dial Dashboard. Here you can find the latest on Eagle County’s current status and restrictions. Make sure you visit this page regularly to understand your role and the precautions necessary to slow the spread of the disease. By working together, we can be safe as we enjoy everything our community has to offer. We Got This!

Lastly, we’re here for you! Please feel free to email with any questions, comments, or concerns about your stay.

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