New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said elective surgeries can start Monday as part of a "stay-at-home 2.0" order that will be in effect through May 31.
He said public campgrounds can be used and interior parks will open, but seacoast beaches will remain closed.
"You are healthier at home, we want you to stay at home," he said Friday.
People can begin golfing again, and barbers and hair salons can open on May 11, he said. He added customers and employees must wear face masks.
Retail shops will also be allowed to open to customers on May 11, with limited occupancy. Employees must wear personal protective equipment.
Restaurants can open on May 18, but only with outdoor seating options. Tables must be 6 feet apart and only six people will be allowed per table.