Updated July 30, 2020
Let’s Go Wisconsin – support the state’s Travel Pledge
Business and health care organizations from across Wisconsin have put together a message encouraging residents and visitors to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by social distancing, wearing a mask and washing their hands.
Travel Wisconsin is also asking those who are considering travel to follow local guidelines and regulations in communities they visit. Learn more about Wisconsin’s Travel Pledge and Travel Wisconsin’s #WeAreAllIn initiative.
What’s the situation in Wisconsin right now?
The state of Wisconsin’s “Safer at Home” order ended May 13, but many cities and counties have made their own proclamations or announcements regarding travel and business restrictions. Be sure to check with your local community or governing body for the latest information. Oneida County has extensive resources and recommended guidelines for business here, and has created a business toolkit.
What does that mean for travel? Can I come to Oneida County?
Many of Oneida County’s lodging properties, restaurants and stores are open to customers but may have restrictions in place. Please check with individual businesses you’re planning to visit to see if they’re open and what measures they have in place.
Have there been any COVID-19 cases in Oneida County?
See the latest information from the Oneida County Public Health Department here.
Are Oneida County’s parks, trails, campgrounds and other recreational areas open?
Most Oneida County outdoor recreational areas and trails are open. The Enterprise Campground opened May 22 with a limitation—only campers with self-contained bathroom facilities are permitted at the campground. New reservations are currently not being accepted for the Almon Park and Judy Swank shelters.
See updates about Oneida County facilities here.
Some private campsites have chosen to open with increased safety measures in place; please contact specific businesses with questions.
Lodging, restaurants & shopping, events
Are Oneida County’s lodging properties, restaurants, stores and other businesses open?
Lodging properties were allowed to continue operations even during the Safer at Home order. Please contact individual properties if you have questions.
Many of Oneida County’s other businesses have reopened with some restrictions, and many restaurants have increased their offerings as well. Again, please contact specific restaurants, shops and attractions with questions.
What about events?
Many upcoming Oneida County events have been canceled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact event organizers for the latest information.