After months spent detached from various components of normal life, we’re beginning to see a rebound from the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our daily lives. As states plan their reopening phases, we can now go out to eat, have our hair cut, send the kids to summer camp, and enjoy most of the outdoor recreation that builds our summer experience.
Depending on where you live, of course.
What it all means for our summer travel plans can be confusing, especially as different states begin implementing various degrees of quarantine requirements. Bottom line, it’s going to be a challenge to enact your usual plans for a New England vacation during these summer months.
Many attractions will be open for business, but with limited services. You CAN get there from here, but whether or not you’re welcome to be there is another situation entirely. Want to go visit the Polar Caves in New Hampshire? It’s possible. Following that up immediately with a trek to Burlington, Vt., to stroll Church Street? Not so fast.