Effective June 5, 2020 outdoor activities located in recreational or natural settings, can resume operations while adhering to the guidance outlined here
. This applies to small groups of 10 people or less and includes biking centers, canoe and kayak rentals, mini-golf, outdoor driving ranges, outdoor shooting ranges, small fishing charters, paint ball, and outdoor guiding services (fishing, hunting, hiking). Additionally, included in this segment of reopening operations is agro-tourism, outdoor walking trails, tours and paths, batting cages, zip lines, chairlifts, ropes courses/aerial parks, disk golf, open off-road vehicle tours, natural science centers, garden tours, diving tours and lessons, caves, petting zoos, balloon rides, helicopter and plane rides (groups fewer than 5) and white water rafting.
*Attractions which involve enclosed spaces with large groups such as amusement parks, water parks,race tracks, tourist trains and indoor attractions will be considered for re-opening in later phases.
Whether you’re a first timer, a regular visitor, or a Granite State native, there are endless adventures waiting for you in New Hampshire. The best part is, it’s all close by! New Hampshire has a backyard vibe you’ll be pressed to find anywhere else. Go climbing to the top of a scenic mountain in the morning, and be home to surf the seacoast at sunset. Feel the rush as you swoop past the trees on a zipline canopy tour, or roar through the woods on an ATV. We might be biased, but we think you’ll agree- New Hampshire is the place to be if you’re looking for thrilling and memorable experiences that feel like they’re in your own backyard! (That is, if your backyard happens to be a 4,000-ft. peak.)