With Colorado continuing efforts to reopen a once thriving tourism economy, vacation planning is far more difficult now than in the recent past. Not only are people considering where they want to go, they also have to consider where they can go, and if anything will even be open when they get there.
In order to make things a bit easier for travelers, Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) recently launched a new resource on Colorado.com called “What’s Open in Colorado.”
“We will be relying on you, our partners, to help us keep it up to date,” the announcement from CTO stated. “Our goal is to make this the best possible resource for visitors – as well as for news media.”
CTO also said they would be promoting 1-800-COLORADO for the first time this year in many years.
“Please help us make sure those 1-800 counselors have the most timely information about your destinations,” said CTO. “While our Colorado Tourism Office team will track statewide travel guidance and openings, we are counting on our destination and attraction partners to provide the insight into what’s open in your part of the state.”
CTO’s eight travel regions will organize all information on hand about specific destinations. Destinations can also be searched alphabetically.
Trinidad Tourism Manager Marty Hackett said she would be adding all she could to the site in the coming days sharing what’s open in our region.
“I will be sharing general information on the site soon,” said Hackett. “Let’s bring folks in to Trinidad to support our businesses!”