We want to thank you for choosing St. Joseph as your destination for travel!
Looking for Travelers Assistance? Ready to get out? Want to know what parks are open? Need a day trip? Give us a call and tell us what you need. We are here to help you during this uncertain time.
We know that current travel restrictions during COVID-19 have interrupted or postponed your plans, however, when you’re ready to visit our area, we’re ready to help you plan. The resources below will assist you in organizing your favorite vacation or staycation safely. Continue dreaming of your future trip here with us and follow us on Facebook for the most up to date ideas and inspiration.
The St. Joseph Visitor Center at 502 N Woodbine is open to assist you from Monday-Friday from 9 am to 3 pm via phone at 816-232-1839 or by email at email@example.com. While our Center isn’t open yet for walk-in traffic, we are able to bring out any visitor’s information to your car in order to maintain safety guidelines. Simply give us a call or email, let us know when to expect you, and we’ll be ready.
Our other Visitors Center is located inside the St. Joseph Visitors Bureau offices at 911 Frederick and is open to the public Monday-Friday from 9 am to 4 pm. All safety precautions will be followed as noted on the door. You can also call 816-233-6688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
On April 30, Mayor Bill McMurray announced reopening guidelines for restaurants in St. Joseph. Many area restaurants, coffee shops, and bar & grills may offer curbside pickup and to-go ordering options along with the ability to purchase online gift cards. Consult directly with these establishments regarding updates to hours and availability.
Several area attractions are re-opening in phases with safety measures already in place. Consult directly with area attractions regarding updates to hours and availability. Here are lists of museums, attractions, nightlife, and shopping options.
Many local and regional events have been canceled or postponed due to CDC guidance and the Mayor’s State of Emergency proclamation. Consult directly with event organizers regarding updates to dates and potential postponements. Calendar of events here.