Summer 2021 Information & FAQ’s

At Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, the safety of our employees and guests has long been our highest priority. Following the latest guidence issued by state and federal authorities will allow us to provide outdoor recreation for families and friends that can create life-long memories.  

Guidelines for All Guests and Employees:

Jiminy Peak has updated its mask policy as of June 1st, 2021. In accordance with new guidance from the CDC and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, guests and staff who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will no longer be required to wear masks on property. Unvaccinated people should continue to follow the guidelines issued by the CDC to limit the spread of Covid-19:

  • Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose to protect yourself and others.
  • Stay 6 feet apart from others that do not live with you. 
  • Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated indoor spaces.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are unavailable. 

Operational Procedures:

For our staff's safety, and the safety of guests not yet vacinated, we are following the CDC and Massachusetts Department of Health's recommened guidelines: 

  • All vaccinated people may go without a mask. All guests who are unvaccinated should wear a mask in indoor settings and when they can not socially distance from others.
  • Masks are available at the ticket window for guests who did not bring their own. 
  • Jiminy Peak will limit daily attendance. We strongly recommend purchasing tickets on-line, in advance, to ensure availability on your date of choice.
  • Mountain Adventure Park (MAP) tickets will be sold in 4-hour blocks.
  • All-Park Passes (MAP & AAP) will be sold in 6-hour blocks, of which two (2) consecutive hours can be used in Aerial Adventure Park (AAP).
  • Single ride and 6-pack ticket options will be available only at the ticket window, if capacity allows. 
  • Summer ticketing has moved to the Crane Lodge, in the upper courtyard.  
  • Hand sanitizer is available throughout the Adventure Park. 
  • A hand wash station is available near Coaster’s, outside of Christiansen’s Tavern.
  • Restroom facilities are open in Christiansen’s Tavern and the Paul Major Welcome Center.

FAQs

Is it safe for my family and I to visit your resort?

We are committed to keeping you and your family as safe as possible during your visit to our resort.

  • Our staff has been trained to handle unsafe conditions and deal with emergency situations. They also have access to the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) should the situation warrant it.  
  • We have reduced park capacity so that all guests will feel comfortable and have a more enjoyable experience. 
  • We will continue to maintain increased cleaning protocols for all “high-traffic” and “high-touch” areas.
  • Hand-sanitizer will be located throughout the resort. We urge you to use the provided sanitizer before and after your rides.

Am I required to wear a mask?

Per the CDC and Massachusetts Department of Public Health, all vaccinated people may go without a mask, both indoors and outdoors. All unvaccinated guests should wear a mask in indoor settings and when they can’t socially distance from others. Masks are available at the ticket window for guests who did not bring their own. We ask for your cooperation for your own protection, the protection of other guests, our employees, their families, and the community at large. Thank you. 

If I want to remain flexible and not commit to a specific date, can I just show up?

We will continue to limit park capacity this summer. Guests who pre-purchase tickets online will be guaranteed admission. Those who arrive without tickets will be admitted on a first come, first served basis, subject to availability. 

Does everyone in my party need to purchase a ticket to enter the park?

No. Anyone can enjoy the natural beauty of our resort and the Berkshires. We even have hiking / walking trails that can be explored for free. However, we do ask those without tickets not to enter the queue lines for the rides or the chairlifts.