What's Open and What's Not - Visit Palm Springs

What’s Open and What’s Not

Revised: February 8, 2021

Keeping Everyone Safe While Visiting

Riverside County is in the Purple Tier


Agua Caliente Casino Palm Springs
Bars, Breweries, Pubs & Lounges – Serving meals
Family Entertainment Centers (outdoor only)
Grocery Stores
Gyms & Fitness Facilities – outdoor only
Gas Stations
Hair Salons & Barbershops
Hiking Trails
Living Desert Zoo and Gardens as recreation facility
Museums – outdoor only

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Palm Springs International Airport
Personal Care Services
Retail & Shopping Malls – 25% capacity
Palm Springs Air Museum
Public Tennis Courts & Pickle Ball
Hotels & Resorts
Outdoor Recreation
Vacation Rentals
Worship Services – 25% capacity

Not Open

Concert Venues
Indoor recreational facilities
Live Theater
Movie Theaters
Palm Springs Convention Center
Saunas & Steam rooms

More information about the state’s COVID-19 guidance is on the California Department of Public Health’s Guidance web page.


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