All of these policies and practices are subject to change based on CDC, state, and local health department guidelines.
Will my group need to wear a mask? Effective June 11th no guest will be required to wear a mask. Guests can wear a mask if they desire.
What if my group is more comfortable staying separate, wearing masks, or having their own Bible study group? If a group would be more comfortable staying separate, wearing masks, or having your own Bible study group; we are more than willing to provide alternatives to meet those needs.
Will my group need to be tested before arrival?
Your group will not need to be tested prior to arriving at camp. Temperature checks will be required prior to the arrival of camp.
Will I need to take my group’s temperature each day?
No, daily temperature checks will not happen. We strongly encourage each group leader to closely monitor the symptoms of each participant in their group.
If a participant in my group tests positive while at camp, will my group need to quarantine?
If a participant tests positive for COVID-19, the participant’s parent or guardian should pick up, or have arranged to have picked up, the participant within 3 hours. When an individual tests positive for COVID-19, we will notify the group leaders of all participants in the tribe. Our staff, along with the group leaders and their adult chaperones, will help determine which other students have had close contact with the individual and must be quarantined. The participants who had close contact with the individual who tested positive will need to also be picked up and leave camp within 3 hours in order to quarantine.
Campers returning from camp should consider minimizing in-person contact with any person 65 years of age or older, especially those with pre-existing health conditions, for a period of fourteen days. This includes maintaining social distancing of at least 6 feet of separation from those individuals, wearing a face-covering or mask, and avoiding sharing utensils or other common objects with those individuals.
What will capacity be like?
Depending on changes to CDC, state, and local guidelines, we are currently planning to operate at a reduced capacity in our dining hall and worship center and the entire property.
What will cleaning look like?
Restrooms and door handles will be cleaned multiple times a day. Common areas will be cleaned as needed as well as between camp sessions. Cabins will be cleaned and disinfected before campers arrive. Dining facilities will be sanitized before every meal. Hand sanitizer stations will be readily available around property.
What will housing look like?
We will have reduced capacities in our housing units. We are recommending sleeping head to foot in each of our sleeping spaces.