2021 Covid-19 Guidelines for Camp

General Camp Guidelines

Pre-camp:

  • Campers will be asked to do daily temperature checks at home 1 week before camper comes to camp.
  • Drivers should do a temperature check before departing to come to camp. (If anyone in the vehicle has a temp of 100.4 or higher upon arrival at camp all campers in the vehicle will not be able to attend.)

Arrival:

  • Upon arrival, camp staff will check temperatures.
  • Campers and visitors will be allowed to get out of car long enough to use the restroom after temperature check.
  • Check in will be done in the car.
  • Masks will be required for parents/guardians to enter cabins to help campers settle in. Campers will not be required to wear a mask in the cabin.

Cabins:

  • Number of campers will be reduced in order to provide ample space.
  • Masks will not be worn in cabins.
  • Campers will only be allowed in their cabins—no one should enter another cabin.

Meals:

  • Campers will sanitize their hands as they enter the dining hall.
  • Temperatures will be checked prior to breakfast and supper each day.
  • Campers will be seated at tables by cabin in order to maintain cohorts.
  • Masks will not be required while dining.
  • Campers will remain seated the entire meal. Trash will be collected at the end of the meal.

Tabernacle/Faith life Center:

  • Campers and workers will be required to wear masks while inside the tabernacle/Faith Life Center. This includes during service, singing, and playing any indoor games.
  • Campers will be seated by cabin during worship services.

Masks:

  • Our desire is that campers will spend most of their time outside and therefore will not need to wear a mask.
  • Campers must provide their own masks. It is suggested that each camper have at least 4 masks and that they be marked with the camper’s name.

Additional Camp help:

  • Support workers will stay in cabins separate from the campers.
  • Additional help will be needed over previous years due to the need for increased sanitation.
  • There will be a designated room for any camper/worker who is experiencing symptom of COVID and waiting on a ride home.

Camp Summers & Manget

Rec Hall:

  • The number allowed inside the rec hall will be reduced to encourage social distancing.
  • Masks will be required at all times inside the rec hall.
  • Sanitizer will be available for use and frequent hand washing will be encouraged.
  • The games will be sanitized daily.

Camp Three Forks Trail

Off Campus Activities:

  • Off campus activities, such as hiking and rafting, will be allowed.
  • Travel to and from activity will be done by gender.
  • Masks will not be required.