HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICES
In order to provide you a safe and healthy camp environment in this season, we have implemented the following enhanced health and safety measures.
- Guests with winter camp and summer camp programs will attend meals in the same dining area as other church groups. However, church groups can sit at separate tables and outdoor tables may be available, weather permitting
- All tables and surfaces will be sanitized between use
- Food will be served cafeteria style with sneeze guards for improved safety
- Outdoor seating may be available for those that prefer it
All cabins are cleaned in accordance with CDC and DPH standards between each use
Recreation has previously been outdoors and will continue to be so. All the favorite activities including the zipline, giant swing, and skytrail, and more will continue to operate.
Additional seating areas added next to retail locations
We have always required wellness checks before campers can come to camp. We now require these checks for youth campers to happen at home and if applicable at the church prior to departure to camp. Any campers showing covid-like symptoms before departing for camp will not be able to attend camp that week. We will gladly refund or reschedule for these unfortunate occurrences.
New protocols for staff have been implemented to ensure their safety and the safety of guests as well.
- Any staff showing a covid-like symptom will be asked to return home until CDC and county guidelines for covid-19 exposure have been met
- Any needed announcements will be made at gatherings.
- Any changes to our current health and safety protocols will be updated on our website and communicated to groups prior to arrival.
If we are informed that a camper has tested positive for covid-19 after their week of camp, we will be following CDC communication protocols for contact tracing.
Forest Home currently does not require masks.
Forest Home will not require vaccination or proof of vaccination for staff or guests