Guidelines for Visitors

Dear Guests, we are looking forward to your visits. The health and safety of our residents and guests is our highest priority. We are asking everyone to do their part to help make our tourism industry restart successful and your visit safe, lasting, and pleasurable for all. Planning, education and communication are essential to accomplish this. Below is an essential checklist and links to local and state resources to review before your visit. If you do not feel well, please stay home. We will see you soon.

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  • Familiarize yourself with current state, county, and local rules and current regulations.
  • Make reservations for lodging or camping and dining.
  • Check with your host/hotel about rules for pools, fitness centers and common areas for guests — some services may be unavailable.
  • Call ahead and make reservations for dining. (Remember to tip your servers and delivery drivers. They appreciate your support.)
  • Be Prepared. Pack personal protective equipment: Sanitizer, masks, gloves (and maybe a thermometer).
  • Bring a non-cash form of payment. Businesses are encouraging credit and debit card transactions when possible.
  • Bring a mask and wear in public places when you are near others.
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  • Email or call ahead – make sure the communities and businesses you would like to visit are ready for guests and open for business.
  • Make lodging and camping reservations ahead of time.
  • Consider scheduling visits and activities during off-peak times, days and seasons.
  • As restaurants open on-site dining, making reservations is highly encouraged.
  • Look for or ask about social distancing policies and please observe.
  • Practice social distancing with anyone outside your household.
  • Our beach approaches may be closed to auto traffic. You can walk – but not drive – so plan to park a little further away.
  • Please be patient. We are adjusting and services might look different or take longer. Please be kind.
  • Changes and new policies are designed to keep all of us safe and healthy.
  • Please wear a mask in public places when you are near others.
  • Remember to wash your hands frequently and carry and use hand sanitizer.
  • Enjoy activities with only those you are traveling with. If contact tracing is needed, you may be asked for your name & contact information.
  • Slow down and relax. Enjoy our beautiful beaches, outdoor activities, delicious food and spectacular scenery. We appreciate you!

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Important Coronavirus Update

We just released visitor guidelines. Please review them here. #MaskUpPacificCounty #MaskUpLBP

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