San Marcos, Texas COVID-19 Updates
Tour San Marcos is in close contact with city and state officials as the situation changes. To ensure you have the most current information, please visit the websites and resources linked below.
State of Texas Orders
Governor Greg Abbott has issued an order closing rafting and tubing businesses. As of September 21, restaurants will limit dine-in service to 75% occupancy and bars may reopen October 14 with occupancy to 50%. For more information click HERE.
All San Marcos River Parks are open. Click HERE to know the new rules before you go.
Natural Areas Are Open with Social Distancing
Natural areas in the City remain open at this time, but visitors to these areas should practice social distancing of at least six feet between individuals not in your household and wear masks if you are unable to do so. Visitors are prohibited from gathering in groups of more than five people.
Children's Park is open.
Public restroom facilities will be open 8am to 8pm and cleaned twice daily
Lion’s Club Tube Rental is closed for the season and will reopen Summer of 2021.
Masks Are Mandatory
Hays County executive order requires all visitors over the age of 10 to wear masks while in public when it’s difficult to keep six feet away from others. You will need to wear a mask in stores, restaurants, businesses and buildings open to the public. You do not need to wear a mask when being physically active outside, driving, pumping gas or operating outdoor equipment, eating or drinking, visiting somewhere with security surveillance like banks or when wearing a mask poses a greater mental or physical health, safety or security risk. Click here for more information.
It is recommended for public groups to maintain at least six feet between individuals and limit close gatherings to those in the same household.
Bars and Restaurants
All bars may open with partial occupancy. Restaurants may offer curbside pickup, drive-through and delivery options as well as open their dining rooms with partial occupancy. For restrictions please click HERE.
TOUR SAN MARCOS is continually monitoring the situation and has been in close communication with City and State officials during this time.
This page will be updated as changes occur.
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