We are changing the way we do things for 2020 while trying to provide you with a place to inhale this wonderful fresh air and enjoy the natural beauty of the outdoors.
Effective July 16, 2020 at midnight everyone, ages 10 years old and over, is required to wear face masks for all indoor public spaces. The order will stay in effect for a minimum of 30 days.Our indoor public spaces include:
- Kampstore & Registration - 8 AM - 8 PM, or as posted throughout the season
- Laundry Room - Same Hours as the Kampstore and Registration Office
- Restrooms & Showers- Open
We take the health and well being of our campers, staff, and community seriously. We are taking precautions to the novel CoronaVirus (COVID-19). In the event that you choose not to wear a mask or cannot wear a mask according to the CDC guidelines in the Kampstore &/or Registration we have created a contactless registration process. Please contact us through email or by phone so that we can note your reservation and have your packet ready for you. For those concerned about what we are doing we'd love to share. We are committed to the health and safety of our guests and staff. In addition to our standard rigorous daily cleaning practices, we have added several other new practices.
- Sneeze shields have been installed at the Registration and Kampstore desk.
- Our employees will be wearing masks indoors and any time that they may be within 6' of a camper outside. We ask that you do, too.
- Sanitizing high touch point surfaces every two hours in the store, registration area, laundry room, bathrooms, and showers.
- Disinfecting pens and pin pads after every use.
The areas of the campground that will remain closed for 2020 due to state, county, and public health guidelines, and social distancing include:
- Pool - Closed
- Gathering Room - Closed
- Horseshoe Game - Closed
- Basketball Court - Available if you bring your own ball and limited to your travel companions as players. Group not to exceed 10 people.
These closures help us stay aligned with the state of Colorado's Governor's Executive Orders, Montezuma County Public Health Dept. and CDC Guidelines. If you have questions, we'd be more than happy to answer them for you. Please feel free to email or call us. We're here for you to be able to enjoy the great outdoors and help you find your next adventure.
Please note that things are ever changing and we may continue to change processes based on mandates and demand. We are committed to continuing to make responsible choices and we appreciate that you are, too. We want to thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
We encourage you to visit our blog for the most up to date information. Hint: click on 'Blog' just under and to the right side of the blue bar 'Get Rates and Availability.' We will post what areas will be available or closed based on these changing times.