August 25, 2020
Please be aware, there are areas that you are advised to use at your own risk.
Due to covid-19 your camping experience will be different for the near future, we have tried to answer some of the questions I am sure you may have.
What will camping look like this Summer?
The way we operate will be dictated by provincial, regional, and local authorities to ensure the safest environment for guests, visitors, and our dedicated staff.
Maximum number of campers per site will be 6. Only registered campers will be allowed on site.
What are you doing to keep families safe?
We will be following all government directives, and the park will be utilizing best practices and recommendations. Enhanced cleaning practices will include the routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces, increased usage of disinfectants, placement of hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the park, and employee usage of personal protection equipment.
Campers will receive a pre-check-in email 24 hours before arrival. Please take the opportunity to follow the link, read and accept our terms and conditions and check yourself in. By agreeing to our terms and conditions you also agree to follow our Guest Code of Conduct. This will be sent to you in your pre-arrival email that comes 2 days prior to your reservation. This is designed to help us all be safe and have the best camping experience we can have.
We will not be accepting drop in campers, only campers that have reservations. If you arrive without a reservation, we will give you the opportunity to make a reservation from your mobile device.
Our goal is to make sure you always feel comfortable while staying at Fort Camping.
1. DON’T COME CAMPING IF YOU AREN’T FEELING WELL.
2. Wash your hands frequently and for 20 seconds and use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available
3. Stay 2 metres apart from people not in your bubble
4. Sneeze or cough into your elbow
Thank you for your support and choosing to camp with us.
Be kind, be calm, be safe