Welcome to The Inn at Riverwalk!
We are glad to invite you back to stay with us and are taking every precaution to ensure both our guests and staff are afforded a safe environment. In order to do so, we are following all state and county guidelines.
Please note the following modifications:
All sanitation and policy details are in accordance to the most up-to-date Eagle County public health order, which can be found here.
As always, dogs are welcome!
It is important visitors to Eagle county exhibit the same diligence and committment to recovery as our residents. Please read Eagle County's requirements for visitors (below) and ensure you are able to follow these standards prior to arrival. More information
Thank you for your understanding. Please contact us for any needs and enjoy your stay!
The Inn at Riverwalk
**Begin Eagle County Requirements for Visitors**
Welcome to Eagle County!
Please read this important message from our Department of Public Health and Environment.
Dear Visitor to Eagle County,
We look forward to welcoming you to Eagle County! Whether this is your first visit or you’re
returning for your annual trip to the high country, we want you to be prepared for what you can
expect during your stay.
Because we have diligently followed public health protocols, our county is now open for tourism
and recreation. Beyond the critical businesses, our retail stores, restaurants, lodging and
outdoor recreational business are ready for your arrival. Each business has implemented a
Social Distancing Protocol to decrease COVID-19 exposure risks for customers and employees.
While we encourage you to take advantage of your stay here, we are still taking the coronavirus
concerns very seriously and ask that you adapt to the same expectations of our residents.
To ensure you enjoy your stay while decreasing the risk to yourself or family, you should be
prepared to follow the 5 Commitments of Containment while visiting Eagle County:
● I will maintain 6 feet of physical distance ○ Keeping your physical distance from others is one of the most effective
○ This includes any person who is not from your household or traveling group.
● I will wash my hands often
○ Especially after visiting public settings, businesses, and before eating or touching
● I will cover my face in public . ○ Face coverings are
a substitute for maintaining 6 feet of physical distance in
any public environment.
○ I will wear a face covering when entering any place of business or public indoor
environment (e.g. retail store, grocery store, post office, library, other government
buildings, theater, etc.)
○ As a general rule, masks are not required in an outdoor environment UNLESS,
you are in a densely populated public outdoor space, or you cannot consistently
maintain 6 feet of physical distance from non-household members for 15 minutes
● I will stay home when I am sick .
○ Isolating yourself from others in your household will help protect them and limit
○ Staying home also prevents the spread to co-workers, friends, or neighbors.
● I will get tested immediately if I have symptoms .
○ Testing is a key strategy to help contain the virus.
○ The earlier you know, the fewer people you will spread it to.
It is important to check for symptoms before you travel. If you have any symptoms consistent
with COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to your trip, our public health order prohibits your visit to
Eagle County. Many local lodging operators are implementing relaxed cancellation policies to
help out should this occur and you need to cancel or delay your travel. Please check with your
lodging operator to confirm their policies.
Although our community and local businesses are doing a lot to help reduce the risk of
exposure to COVID-19, no public environment is completely risk-free. The commitments
outlined above will help protect yourself and our community, both while you’re here and long
after you’ve left.
If you develop illness during your stay, you will need to stay within your lodging unit and refrain
from going into public unless you are accessing one of our local
testing clinics . If you are confirmed with COVID-19 during your stay, you may need to extend your stay until you have
completed 10 days of isolation. Similarly, if you have been exposed to someone confirmed with
COVID-19, you may be required to extend your stay to complete a required quarantine of 14
days. In any instance, if you need to extend your stay this will be at your own expense.
Further information related to expectations for all people that live, work, visit or play in Eagle
County can be found in our Eagle County Public Health Order . In addition, many important links for information can be found at ECEmergency.org .
Welcome to our beautiful community and thank you in advance for helping to protect yourself and our residents during your stay.
Director of Eagle County Public Health and Environment