Visiting Lancaster County during this diminished phase of COVID-19

Travel should be an informed, responsible, and personal choice, so we encourage travelers to seek the latest expert information on COVID-19.

And when the time is right for you, Lancaster County is prepared and ready to safely welcome visitors.

It’s just a short drive to our wide open spaces, from our parks & trails to recreational activities to farmers markets and roadside stands – as well as our world-famous Amish farmlands and covered bridge driving tours.

Hospitality businesses throughout the county and its city & towns have steadily re-opened in adherence with public health guidelines, though there are some properties that remain closed or in limited hours, so confirm by calling or checking social media of particular properties for the most current info.

In addition, please note and respect that some properties and municipalities may choose to implement additional safety measures than those required by the state or county, for the comfort level of all their guests.

And if at all possible, plan ahead with advance reservations at any attractions, lodging, and sit-down dining you're interested in for your visit.

Our Visitors Center is open Mondays - Saturdays, 9am - 4pm.

When you’re ready to experience Lancaster County's fresh air and beautiful landscape and make some wonderful memories, we’ll be here – practicing good public health and asking you to do the same – so that we can enjoy safe, sensible fun together.