Presently, Fremont County is at Safer at Home, Level 2, or “yellow” status, as we have had fewer Covid cases than other counties in Colorado. As we continue to function in these uncertain times, we know one thing is certain, we need to stay safe against the invisible enemy. When you visit the iconic Royal Gorge Bridge and Park in Colorado we want to make sure you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. We are following Fremont County and State COVID-19 guidelines to help combat against this virus.
These regulations may create longer wait times, attraction closures, and more.
We are following the Fremont County guidelines when it comes to the fighting against COVID-19.
All building capacity limits are 50%.
Inside and outside of buildings we ask guests to practice social distancing.
Regularly scheduled disinfectant cleanings between guests on all rides and attractions.
Effective July 17th, 2020, face masks covering nose and mouths are required for every person ages 10 and up inside all indoor public spaces while visiting the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park and within the entire state of Colorado.