Camper Code of Conduct 2021
This code is in effect from the 1st day of June, 2021.
Cape Croker Park Campground welcomes you back! Please read this Code of Conduct (the Code) and review it with all family members. The rules in this Code must be followed to ensure we all stay safe and do not engage in activities that contravene any Provincial or Federal Government regulations and ensure we comply with all health regulations. It is important to remember that, ultimately, we are all in charge of our own health and safety. Please remember to bring a mask and gloves or hand sanitizer for the occasion that you will need it.
This Code is over and above our normal campground rules, which still apply. Strict enforcement of all rules will be in place for all registered names on your occupancy agreement. Any camper, regardless of age who breaches this Code will be asked to leave the campground immediately and your Camping Permit will be cancelled immediately.
If you have a fever or flu-type symptoms, please stay home. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are a presumptive case, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive or is a presumptive case, we request that you do not attempt to enter the campground. Please remain at your residence until you have been cleared by your local health department and/or you have finished your self-isolation of 14 days.
If you are returning from travel from outside of the Province of Ontario, do not plan to visit the campground for a period of 14 days, please remain home.
At this time, we will be operating under the following rules. These rules may change as the Ontario or Federal Government amends legislation.
Until further notice, only people whose names are listed on the Reservation/Registration will be permitted in (Cape Croker Park).
To ensure that you are fully registered and that you have the information you need to fully enjoy your camping experience, please plan your visit so that you arrive at Cape Croker Park no later than 10:00pm.
The following common areas are closed until further notice. All areas that are closed are indicated with a sign. If you are unsure whether something is closed or not, please contact the office for clarification.
Pavilion, Veterans Arbour, Sacred Fire Arbour, Chief’s Amphitheatre
Walking around Campground
At all times campers must obey social distancing rules as mandated by the Province of Ontario. Currently, you must stay 2 meters or 6 feet away from other campers. You may use walking trails if social distancing rules are followed.
Limit of People on a Campsite
Until such time as the Government of Ontario amends the number of people allowed to gather, we are limiting the number of people allowed on a campsite to only the people listed and permitted on that site.
Children and/or under the age of 16
We expect that all parents will ensure their children will obey the rules at all times. If your children cannot follow these rules, please do not bring them to the campground at this time. Children should be accompanied by an adult at all time when off-site. This includes activities such as bicycling and walking.
Events and Activities that can be undertaken obeying all social distancing and gathering restrictions will only be run.
Golf Carts are restricted to campers who have mobility issues. Only the registered owner may be permitted in the cart.
Limit of campers in an area
Campers are expected to respect and obey all signage which restricts the number of people permitted in certain areas. Social distancing and gathering rules must be followed.
Our local supply chain can now accommodate your purchases; you are able to shop locally. Please remember that all social distancing must be followed.
Travel in Neyaashiingmiing
First Nations People are at high risk to Covid-19 and variants. Campers are strongly advised no to travel throughout the Community.
The office is open with limits on the number of persons allowed in at one time. Please use electronic e transfers for payments or you may call in a credit card. Alternatively, we have set up a mailbox outside of the office please use it for cheques and any other correspondence.
If you are with a family member please ask them to remain outside unless it is required, they are present.
If you are coming into the office, please wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you need to sign any documentation, please bring your own pen.
Respect of others and staff
All Customers, guests and staff are responsible for respecting the dignity and rights of everyone at the campground. Every person has a right to expect their time at the campground will be without any type of discrimination or harassment. We will not tolerate, ignore, or condone discrimination or harassment and we are committed to promoting respectful conduct, tolerance and diversity at all times.