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Summer 2022

at Kidder Creek

 

Kidder Creek Operation Plans

Healthy Camping

Caring for you and your kids is not a responsibility we take lightly. In order to have an effective ministry this summer we will be instituting enhanced health and cleaning measures. However, it will still be camp, it will still be fun, and Jesus will still be in the middle of it all!

First and foremost, we will rely on expert guidance provided by the state government and our county health officials with the goal of providing a fun summer camp environment for guests and staff. These are our most current plans, however COVID-19 protocols can change rapidly, and we will keep this page updated with the latest information.

Currently, our only requirements and restrictions are to pass a health screen to get into camp. Stay home if you are sick. If campers get sick while at camp, they will not be permitted to stay the night and will be sent home.
 
These measures are based on CDPH guidance for overnight camps and are in place to keep our staff, campers and community healthy and the camp open for the whole season.

Guest and Camper Screening

Stopping it before it starts

Guest and Staff Screening

Stopping it before it starts
    Guests and Campers:
  • Currently, our only requirements and restrictions are to pass a health screen to get into camp. Stay home if you are sick. If campers get sick while at camp, they will not be permitted to stay the night and will be sent home.

Face Coverings

We’ll follow state and local guidelines regarding face coverings, but it shouldn’t negatively impact your camp experience.

Face Coverings

We’ll follow state and local guidelines regarding face coverings, but it shouldn’t negatively impact your camp experience.
  • Effective March 1, 2022, regardless of vaccination status, face coverings are no longer required.

Cleaning & Disinfection

We have added multiple layers of cleaning and disinfecting policies and procedures with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to instill cleanliness standards for campers and staff, as well as thorough sanitization of overnight accomodations, camp buildings, restrooms, high-touch surfaces, and more.

Cleaning & Disinfection

We have added multiple layers of cleaning and disinfecting policies and procedures with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to instill cleanliness standards for campers and staff, as well as thorough sanitization of overnight accomodations, camp buildings, restrooms, high-touch surfaces, and more
  • Staff performs thorough cleaning in high-traffic areas such as lobbies, counters, dining areas, break rooms, loading docks, kitchens, doorwalls, and areas of entry and exit including stairways, stairwells, and handrails.
  • Public spaces throughout campus and help counters are equipped with proper sanitation products to include hand sanitizer and/or sanitizing wipes.
  • Daily inspections are conducted to ensure sanitary facilities stay operational and stocked with necessary PPE at all times— dispensers for soap, paper towels, and hand sanitizer are replenished as needed.
  • Products used for cleaning are approved for use against COVID-19 on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved list and responsibly used according to product instructions.

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  • In the event of a presumptive case of COVID-19, any such room will be removed from service and quarantined. Should this occur, the room will not be returned to service until the case has been confirmed or cleared. In the event of a positive case, the room will only be returned to service after undergoing an enhanced sanitization protocol in accordance with CDC guidelines.
  • We encourage the opening of all guestroom windows to allow for the circulation of fresh outside air, and ventilation in rooms, offices, classrooms and other spaces.

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We are grateful that you would consider visiting Kidder Creek and we look forward to seeing you in the mountains soon!