Open Places, Open Spaces
Rest assured, you'll have a great time making awesome memories - safely - in Southern Delaware in 2020...
From Southern Delaware's accommodations to our outfitters and restaurants, retail shops, arts and entertainment venues, attractions and amusements, historical sites, tour operators, and more, our businesses and communities are committed to making Southern Delaware a safe place for visitors to stay and enjoy with confidence.
August, 2020: All children who are in kindergarten or older must wear face coverings in public settings, including school buildings, according to the updated DPH guidance.All children 2 years of age and older are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings in public. Children younger than 2 must not wear face coverings due to suffocation risk. A child with a medical condition that makes it hard to breathe or a disability that prevents the child from wearing a face covering is not required to wear one.
Below you'll find resources and specific examples of what our partners are doing to keep our visitors and our communities safe and free to enjoy the Southern Delaware summertime!
- Click here for event cancellations and postponements
- Click here for the State of Delaware's Coronavirus Information Page
- Follow Southern Delaware Tourism on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for regular updates