The Grand Haven Area Convention & Visitors Bureau continues to closely monitor the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as it relates to the communities of Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Ferrysburg, West Olive, Allendale, Coopersville and its impacts on travel and our areas events, public spaces and area attractions. Our top priority is the safety, health, and well-being of our community, residents, and visitors. This continues to be an evolving situation, but we are committed to providing updated information and resources. Our team is in regular contact with the State Tourism Office (Travel Michigan/Pure Michigan), our local municipalities and county health officials to stay informed.
We will place any major updates and resources on this page.
Contact our office at 616.842.4499 for any specific questions or concerns you might have about how to travel safely to the Grand Haven Area.
Our Visitor Center will be staffed and open as of Feb 1, 2021. In person assistance will be available by appointment only due to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services recommendation. We are available by phone (voice mail messages returned daily) with our travel planning specialist, Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm.
Please check with local, state, and federal government as well as the county health department websites to help stay informed.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (March 5)
Click here for FAQs for the March 5 – Gatherings and Face Mask Order.
Top CV-19 Travel Questions Answered (3/8/21)
1) Are there any restrictions on travel to Michigan or the Grand Haven Area? There are currently no travel restrictions when traveling to Michigan or the Grand Haven Area from other states; however, if you have been feeling ill, were exposed to someone who has been feeling ill, tested positive for CV-19 or is in quarantine – you are asked to refrain from travel.
2.) Are your Food and Beverage Establishments Open? Yes, they are allowed to seat indoors 50% capacity/with a maximum of 100 people per establishment. Although businesses vary in offerings of service, hours, menu options. Call ahead for details. Masks are required at all times until you are seated at your table. Indoor dining curfew is 11pm.
3.) Are Retail Stores, Libraries & Museums open? Yes, as of March 5 retail stores, libraries and museums has a 50% capacity with social distancing CDC guidelines for indoor spaces and masks are required to be worn.
4.) Is the Pier, Lighthouse and Boardwalk open? Yes, these are all open to the public with CDC guidelines (masks are to be worn when you cannot social distance) though the Pier sometimes is closed due to unforeseen weather conditions such as high winds and water.