COVID-19 Travel Information

Ready. Set. Go to Pulaski!

When you are ready, we are set

You’ve been eagerly anticipating your PulCo getaway. Who could blame ya?

A getaway in the Ozark Mountains with family and friends to Pulaski County is good for the soul.

You were counting down the days to explore our 33 miles of Route 66, paddle our peaceful rivers, and indulge in our delicious and diverse food. Antiquing and shopping were part of your plans.

Making memories on Devils Elbow Bridge

We were excited to greet you with our signature welcoming hospitality. That hasn’t changed.

If you are ready, we are set.

Play in Pulaski

Pulaski County is known for our scenic waterways. Solitude is easy to find on the Big Piney and Gasconade rivers. Maybe your idea of social distancing is angling for trout in the uncrowded waters of the Roubidoux River. Our outfitters offer river services. You may rent a canoe, kayak, or inner tube for a lazy day of floating and sunshine. Most outfitters also offer tent camping, recreational vehicle spots, and cabins.

Maybe your family is looking for a private lake to fish and enjoy. Several resort and primitive locations offer this secluded luxury for your vacation getaway or a quiet afternoon.

Maybe your family is looking for clean, comfortable lodging to settle into for a weekend away from home. Our lodging options have the variety you need to find your perfect fit.

Area businesses are working to provide services and locations to meet safety recommendations related to COVID-19.  The Pulaski County Health Center has issued guidelines to lodging establishments, restaurants, and outfitters.  As you plan your getaway to Pulaski County USA, contact each location to learn the specific safety precautions and procedures that are being taken. 

If you are ready, we are set.

If you aren’t ready, we understand your hesitation. Pulaski County has been a welcoming, uncrowded destination loaded with hospitality for over 150 years. That won’t change.

When you are ready, we are set.

Travel safely during the COVID-19 pandemic; Wear a mask when interacting with others, wash hands regularly, contact businesses for details on their procedures, avoid crowded spaces, social distance by 6 foot.