Youth Camp Programs (Indoor and Outdoor)

 

Updated April 27, 2021

Residential camps

Effective April 27, 2021 at 5pm: Residential camps have a cap of 50 persons in a sleeping area with social distancing and infection control strategies.

Members of each sleeping group must stay with their group for the entire camp session.

  1. Maximum capacity for each sleeping area is groups of 50 adults and campers.
  2. For bunk beds, if both upper and lower beds are occupied, sleep with  the top bunk individual’s head above the lower bunk individual’s feet.
  3. Minimum of 6 feet between each occupied bunk or bed, provide maximum distance between each individual’s head.
  4. Complete COVID-19 temperature and symptom screening for staff 306 and campers every morning.
Residential camps with a COVID-19 positive or probable case will send all campers/staff in the group to their homes or quarantine in place with  additional requirements based on consultation with the local health  department.

Clean and disinfect high touch surfaces in bathroom facilities and sleeping 312 quarters daily.

Outdoor camps and rain

Effective April 27, 2021 at 5pm: More than one group of 50 may move indoors, if the groups remain separated and do not mix.