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As the pandemic continues to unfold, the Monadnock Travel Council is closely monitoring CDC, state, and local guidelines to keep our travelers and residents healthy and safe. Through conscientiousness and creativity, New Hampshire has been quite successful in maintaining low virus numbers, as the NH COVID-19 website indicates.

The Monadnock Region Remains a Safe Destination

While businesses and activities may look slightly different due to COVID-19 you will find a wide variety of things to do that allow for social distancing. 

For instance, you can take a drive and travel back in time through the area’s historic covered bridges. Dine outdoors beneath twinkling lights, enjoying the culinary flair this region is known for. Soak in some live music at a local park or the brand-new Drive-In Live venue. Or simply hit the trails and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds you here.

No matter what flavor of fun and relaxation you choose, the safety of residents and visitors is our highest priority. We encourage all travelers to read the latest tips and guidelines (see below) before planning your next adventure in Southwest New Hampshire.

New Hampshire COVID-19 Resources You May Find Helpful:

Know Before You Go

  • Some businesses are currently operating with restricted hours or capacity and some state parks require reservations, so call ahead of time and make a reservation if needed. Note that not all programs and attractions may be available at this time, so it’s good to be informed before making a trip.
  • Respect individuals and businesses by following safety protocols, such as social distancing, washing hands, and face coverings established by the CDC.  Click here to find the latest New Hampshire guidelines designed to keep you and others healthy. Note that the City of Keene has a face covering ordinance.
  • Postpone your plans if any of the following apply to you and we will be happy to see you at a later time.
    – If you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19;
    – If you are experiencing a cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat;
    – If you have had a fever in the last 48 hours;
    – If you have had changes in your sense of taste or smell.

With everyone following the guidelines and taking necessary safety precautions, together we can continue to make the Monadnock Region safe and enjoyable for all. Whether you live in the Monadnock Region and are looking for guidance on what to do or you are a visitor looking to travel to the Monadnock Region, we look forward to welcoming you!