COVID 19 Update: 5/9/2020
Our hearts and minds are with those folks who are currently battling the COVID virus and their families. We are also hoping that if you and your family are in good health and safe, that you are able to stay safe by social distancing and take care of each other during the most challenging moment of OUR lives. Saving lives will depend on us.
While we generally allow the public into our campground during our off season, we are currently closed to the public until May 1st. We will be taking extreme measures to keep our KOA safe for our staff and our guests as we open in May. The following is a description of our COVID 19 plan for May. Governor Bullock may amend the states "stay in place" order at anytime between now and April 30th. We will act and instruct accordingly.
- We will be open May 1st, but we will only be opening our RV sites and our Deluxe Cabins. All public areas will be closed, including the public bathrooms, pool, pavilion, and, unfortunately, the playground. We will be opening our bathrooms, tent sites, and rustic cabins on the 22nd of May
- Our Laundry and Store will be open. Someone will be assigned to clean the Laundry room several times a day. The store will remain locked and most interactions will happen over the phone or through the window to the left of the front door. We will either call you or leave you an envelope in our night box to tell you which site you will be pulling into. Once you are here, to check in you can call the office or stop by and check in via the window to the left of the door.
- If you need to shop in our store, we will allow one person at a time into the store. Max two people, if someone needs assistance. We will be selling propane as well as other essential items as we can stock them in our store.
- The pool, playground, and breakfast pavilion will be closed until further notice.
We will reassess as we get closer to June if this Very Limited Open is extended.
Governor Bullock's Directive currently has MT under a "stay in place" order until April 10th. That will most likely be extended this week until April 24th. If it gets extended into May, we might need to further delay our opening.
Please feel free to email us with any questions or concerns. email@example.com We are here to help as much as we can while still remaining safe ourselves. KOA's CEO, Toby O'Rourke, put it very elegantly. She stated that "our collective focus is now on the ability for our campgrounds to provide shelter for those who need it for one reason or another." Be it health care staff or anyone else needing a safe place to stay. We need to be able to count on each other now more than ever.
Thank you to all of our guests, the regulars that we see each year and the one timers. This experience makes it clear how much you make our KOA's as great as they are. We really appreciate your support right now and hope that we get to see you again in the not so distant future.
Stay safe and take care of each other,