Hello and Happy Easter from Inn Town Campground! We are all immersed in the trial of our generation, trying to figure out how to function in a world consumed by the coronavirus pandemic. Here at camp, we’ve been actively adjusting our operations to reflect public health guidelines and mandates from the state, and to wind down the business to a sustainable level. We began limiting operations before the shelter-in-place order was given by the Governor and continue to do so as new information becomes available. So where are we at right now?
- Firstly, we’re just happy that our family, friends, employees (and hopefully our campers) are healthy. This is and will be our number one priority. We will do whatever we can as a business and as members of society to limit this pandemic.
- Secondly, in accordance with local public health guidelines, we have limited our operations and services to only those essential for our industry. Here is a list of what we are offering right now and how our operation is impacted:
- A place to park for displaced full-time RVers
- A dump station for those who might live in an RV but don’t have sanitation where they live.
- Propane filling
- A place to park your RV for workers who are employed in an essential industry. This means all of our common spaces and bathrooms are closed.
- All common facilities and bathrooms are closed, and RVers staying must be fully self contained.
- All services and reservations must be made via phone between 10am and 5pm
- Finally, since the length of the shelter-in-place order is unknown we are contacting guests with upcoming reservations on a rolling basis. This means we will contact you if your reservation is coming up in the next two weeks to inquire about, moving or cancelling the reservation. Until we get some guidelines on how long we are going to be closed for recreational use, we will continue to do this.
We know that this time is incredibly unnerving and strange for so many of you; it’s equally so for us. We built the Inn Town Campground to be a place of community, and not being able to share it with you all has been hard for us. We want to let you know that we value you all as friends and guests and can’t wait to see you again when this awful time is behind us. For now, just know that spring is popping at camp and the cherry blossoms are starting to show. We’re thinking about you as we walk the campground loop and hope to share our happy place with you soon.
To health and being outside,
Erin & Dan
Although I am currently home in Southern California, I commend you for your thoughtfulness. I know there are plenty of full time RVers out there scrambling for a place to stay and wait this out.