Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan recently announced that all restrictions regarding COVID would be lifted in the state on July 1st. As we have allowed the state to guide our practices, we will transition on June 27th (the first day of Family Camp) to become a “mask-friendly” campus.
We wish to be compassionate, show dignity and respect to those who may want to continue wearing a mask just as much as those who don’t want to wear a mask. We don’t want to have contention as it relates to whether someone chooses to wear a mask or not. We look forward to pursuing some familiarity and are grateful for your patience throughout this past season.
We have strengthened our standard cleaning procedures, while adding increased frequency measures for things such as wiping down common touch points and activity equipment.
Most of the dining restrictions put in place by the state of Maryland during the pandemic have been lifted. We are still limited in how we serve food from buffets. Food preparation continues to follow or exceed all Maryland health department regulations.
Our food service team is cleaning high-traffic areas, workstations, and equipment more than required using CDC and EPA approved food-grade cleaner and sanitizer. All food service staff are required to wash their hands and change their gloves between each task or every fifteen minutes when doing the same task.
Unstaffed outdoor activities such as disc golf, basketball, volleyball, shuffleboard, mini golf and tennis will be available. You may disinfect equipment with the wipes provided at each activity, or sign equipment out from the front desk that has been disinfected for you. If you would prefer not to use shared equipment, you are welcome to bring your own.