- Guests are expected to follow the physical distancing requirements of 2m from other guests.
- Guests should bring their own hand sanitizer and are asked to practice appropriate hygiene.Â If you are sick, please visit another time.
- Guests need to take personal responsibility for their own safety, by refraining from touching commonly used surfaces unnecessarily and washing hands or using hand sanitizer frequently.
- The Guesthouse and Community Building are closed and have been replaced with small rain shelters for an outdoor kitchen sink, cooking and picnic tables.
- We are limiting the number of guests staying concurrently to facilitate social distancing.
- Huts will be cleaned and left empty for 2 days before check in and after check out.
We believe that camping and getting into nature is one of the safer things that people can do right now, and its very therapeutic at healing the trauma of self isolation.
We intend to remain open for camping, but we need your group to be as self contained as possible and to do your best to clean any shared amenities (toilets, shower, kitchen sink area, garbage, recycling boxes, chairs and picnic tables), before and after you use them and to minimize the touching of surfaces unnecessarily.
We would like to provide free shared amenities such as books, magazines, maps, dishes, dishrags, cutlery, pots, pans, stove, fridge, and the community building, but they become problematic when trying to minimize the touching of things. This year, those amenities will not necessarily be provided and we are only providing toilet paper, hand soap and a recycling and food composting service. We have ice for sale in yogurt containers.
Despite the required Covid safety measures posted above, some guests are still not social distancing (> 6 feet) from other campers. Many, if not all of the guests here are looking for a safe place to be during this pandemic and as such, if you are not planning to comply with the safety measures listed above, please choose another campground. Thanks.