COVID-19 Information and Travel Guidance
North Dakota’s destinations, businesses and events are excited to welcome visitors back, and at North Dakota Tourism we want everyone to stay safe, be healthy and show kindness to one another.
As travel guidance can change rapidly during a pandemic, it is important to check in with cities, attractions, businesses and events before visiting. Here are some resources for the latest travel recommendations in the U.S. and North Dakota.
We're all in this together.
North Dakota's wide open spaces, uncrowded trails, scenic courses, stunning Badlands and pristine prairies have been a respite for travelers during the pandemic. This is a haven for families, couples and solo travelers who want to explore and breathe easy. We want to keep visitors and residents safe, and here you'll find information and guidance that can aid your travel planning.
- Complete travel information from the Centers of Disease Control
- North Dakota Department of Health Coronavirus hub
- Travel information from the North Dakota Department of Health
- Travel information from the National Park Service governing Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, and Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site
- U.S. Forest Service updates
- North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department COVID update
Travel With Care
Follow these adapted tips from the U.S. Forest Service to plan a fun and safe outing:
- Plan ahead. Review the websites and social media that offer information on local conditions. Visitors are also encouraged to reach out to local tourism officials with any additional questions.
- Respect others. Everyone wants to safety enjoy public lands and common spaces. Please make sure to stay at least six feet away from other visitors as recommended by the CDC. Wear face coverings where required.
- Stay home if you feel sick. Follow CDC guidance on personal hygiene and social distancing before and during your visit. Stay up-to-date on latest instruction from the North Dakota Department of Health.
- Support local. Find ways to support the local communities that surround natural areas.
- Travel responsibility and reduce impact. There's no substitute for the lands we love. Know the regulations and special concerns for the areas you'll visit.