In Milledgeville, your safety and well-being are our top priorities. As our hospitality partners across the community continue implementing new and enhanced protocols to better protect you, we believe #OneInAMilly moments await. Below are highlights of protocols from our various industry partners and information on what you can expect during your upcoming visit. Together, let’s adventure as safely as possible.
As essential members of our business community, our hotels have led the way in establishing enhanced cleaning standards. The American Hotel & Lodging Association has launched a Stay Safe initiative and corporate brands have also launched their own innovative health and safety measures to decrease risk of transmission..
New procedures you may notice while in town include remote check-in abilities, individually sealed breakfast items, increased sanitation, and decluttered paper interactions and amenities. Review the corporate brand standards and new protocols in the below links.
Many of our Milledgeville restaurants have reopened their doors and eagerly await your return. Using the social distancing guidelines established by the governor's office, restaurants are once again open for dine-in service under compliance with 39 state-mandated guidelines. Standard operational requirements include screening workers for fever and respiratory illness, spacing dining area seating by six feet, increasing workplace sanitation, and wearing masks and gloves as appropriate.
You may also notice extra procedures such as limited capacity, guest temperature checks, enhanced bathroom sanitation, printed menus and minimized cash exchanges.
Not looking to dine-in right now? Many of our Milledgeville restaurants are still continuing to offer curbside and take-out. Call to place your order!
Our local attractions look forward to welcoming guests on property and have been busy preparing new measures to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Details of each location's health and safety implementations are included below.
Lockerly Arboretum’s grounds are now open and available for exploration; however, to reduce virus transmission Rose Hill and public restroom access will remain closed indefinitely.
Milledgeville Visitors Center
Visitor Center staff are on site to provide support for visitor inquiries through curbside service. All staff members are required to wear masks while interacting face to face with visitors. Contactless service is also available upon request for those who prefer it.
Oconee Outfitters is renting bikes and kayaks for anyone wanting to bike the trails of Bartram Forest and Selma Erwin Nature Preserve or float The Oconee River Greenway and Lake Sinclair. Kayak trips are available for groups smaller than 10 persons, and interaction and sanitation protocols will be discussed at the time of booking.
Sinclair Marina provides the perfect getaway to the lake with boat rentals and retrievals, in-water storage, self serviced fuel and parts and service is by appointment only. Their boat rentals are cleaned before and after each reservation! By booking online, you are limiting social interactions, and they have implemented a check-in/check-out process to limit interactions as well. We encourage you to get some fresh air out on the water.
How to Help Do Your Part
Please don’t travel if you feel unwell or are running a fever. Stay home, rest and feel well! We’ll be here when you’re ready to enjoy your time in Milledgeville.
Wash hands frequently with soap and water and while venturing out take advantage of the many hand sanitizing stations that have been installed by local businesses.
Please be respectful of others personal space and maintain a minimum of 6 ft distance from others not within your party.
While masks are not mandatory in Milledgeville-Baldwin County, we do recommend wearing one for all visitors to help mitigate transmission of the virus.
Be a good steward of our beautiful natural resources and follow the Leave No Trace principles by planning to pack out everything you pack in.