COVID-19: Know Before You Go
Our destination is committed to providing you with an enjoyable and safe experience. Most area businesses are open and operating with safety protocols in place. Many have taken the Greater Lansing Safe Pledge demonstrating their commitment to your health and well-being. We encourage all guests to remain diligent in preventing the spread of COVID-19 by continuing to social distance and for unvaccinated individuals to wear face masks. (See Face Mask Recommendations for details.) Your patience is requested as many of our hospitality related businesses are facing staffing challenges due to the pandemic. Visit our COVID Resources page to learn more about our area's safety measures and find links to Michigan’s most recent health order.
*Please note that at this time at MSU all individuals are required to wear masks indoors (as of August 1, 2021) in all campus buildings and other indoor facilities. All students, faculty and staff are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by August 31, 2021.
Below please find some links to news and resources regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19):
All COVID Limitations Lifted June 22!
While the CDC has lifted its mask mandate for fully vaccinated individuals, local restaurants, retail shops, tourist attractions and service providers may still require all guests and customers to wear masks. Please check business websites for their current policy before you visit.
Hotels, B&Bs and campgrounds are ready to welcome all guests traveling to the area. Indoor pools and exercise rooms will begin to reopen at reduced capacity. Please check with the hotel for details on specific amenities available and safety procedures. Many hospitality related businesses are struggling with staffing issues so your patience is requested.
Most restaurants, breweries, wineries and distilleries are open. Bar service, dancing and mingling with other parties is permitted. Social distancing is not required and there is no restriction for the number of people at a table. Outdoor dining, take out and delivery all remain great alternatives to indoor dining. Please see each individual establishment’s website for their mask policy. Many hospitality related businesses are struggling with staffing issues so your patience is requested when dining out.
Dozens of attractions are open and ready to safely and responsibly serve guests. Please check with individual websites for mask policies.
Greater Lansing’s shops, boutiques and malls are open and ready to serve you. Please see each individual store website for their mask policy.
Attractions, hotels, restaurants and retailers have taken the Greater Lansing Safe Pledge showcasing their commitment to following CDC travel guidelines. Allowing them to put the health and wellbeing of patrons at the forefront of all they do.