COVID-19 FAQs


- Updated Apr 7, 2021 -

Californians are invited to explore Temecula Valley for a safe getaway. Our businesses meet and exceed all CDC and State requirements to ensure everyone's health and safety. Face masks and social distancing are required when visiting. 

Thank you for supporting our businesses and helping to restore our economy. 

 

LODGING

Are hotels open?
Yes, all lodging is open with modifications.

Can I rent a vacation home?
Yes, all short term rentals are open for visitors to stay. 

Is camping allowed?
Campgrounds are open. Pechanga RV ResortLake SkinnerVail Lake KOA.
 


 

DINING

Are restaurants open for dining?
Restaurants are open for outdoor and limited indoor capacity dining.
 


 

THINGS TO DO

Are wineries open? Yes, the wineries offer outdoor tasting on their beautiful grounds in wide open spaces, as well as indoor tasting with limited capacity.

Are breweries open?
Breweries that offer meals are open outdoors. Breweries without food options are open for pick up. Check individual brewery for up-to-date information.

Are any Farmers Markets open?
There are three Farmers Markets open every week: Old Town Temecula every Saturday 8:30am-12:30am, Vail Headquarters every Tuesday 9am-1pm, and Promenade Temecula every Wednesday 9am-1pm. 

Can I hike? If so, where?
Yes, the scenic outdoors can be enjoyed on acres of hiking trails at Lake Skinner, Vail Lake, or Santa Rosa Plateau. Lake Skinner and Vail Lake require a day pass. Santa Rose Plateau is $4 per person entry fee (cash only) to hike 7.5 miles of open trails.

Are golf courses open?
Yes, a few of the top, award-winning courses to choose from are CrossCreek Golf Club, Journey at Pechanga, and Temecula Creek Golf Club. Some modifications are in place due to COVID-19. Please be sure to read their websites when making your reservations. 

Is Old Town open?
Restaurants are open for outdoor dining and indoor with limited capacity. Temecula Valley Museum is open. The Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm. Breweries are open indoors and some also offer outdoor tasting. The Visitor Center is open Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Are museums open?
Yes, Temecula Valley Museum is open with limited capacity.

Are spas open?
GrapeSeed Spa and Murrieta Day Spa are open with modifications. Spa Pechanga has not reopened.

Are stores open for shopping? 
Yes, shopping can be found in Old Town Temecula and Promenade Temecula. Old Town Temecula also offers some outdoor shopping on Old Town Front Street. Masks are required and capacity is limited. 

What type of outdoor recreation is there to do? 
Golf, hiking, boating, hot air ballooning, horseback riding, biking, swimming are all available. Hot air ballooning is available through A Balloon Adventure by California Dreamin’, A Balloon Adventure by Magical Balloon Adventures, and A Grape Escape Balloon Adventure. They all launch at sunrise year-round. Rose Haven Heritage Garden is open and is free to visit, donations are welcome. Trails wind through 3. 4 acres of rose bushes, succulents, and a wide variety of plants. There are 33 painted wine barrels along the Barrel Art Trail. You can search for them throughout Temecula Valley by using the Barrel Art Trail map. It’s a fun activity and showcases local artists’ work.  Most of these barrels are located outdoors.
 


 

EVENTS

Can I have a wedding?
Weddings are permissible; however, capacity is limited. Please check with venues for more information. 

Are there any events? Festivals and signature events has not announced their upcoming dates. Smaller events are posted at VisitTemeculaValley.com.

Is there live entertainment?
Live entertainment is not permitted at this time. 


 

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Do I have to wear a mask?
Yes, it is a state order. Masks must be worn outdoors when visiting businesses in Temecula Valley unless eating or drinking. Mask guidance. 

Will social distancing be in place?
Every business is set up for physical distancing in lines, at tables, and when tasting. Some wineries are only offering flights and bottle sales at this time to avoid gathering at the counters. Retail shops are limiting the number of people in the store at one time. 

Where can I find public safety information?
Temecula Valley businesses have come together to show our commitment to ensure visitors' health and safety with our Safer Together, Greater Together Pledge