We also want you to know that the health and well-being of our employees, guests and community are the number one focus of our businesses. We have closely followed the guidelines put out by the California Department of Public Health since the beginning of the pandemic.
What we’re doing to operate responsibly and how that might affect your visit to Nevada City.
What we’re doing to reduce the risk of Coronavirus at camp.
We have always maintained high standards of cleanliness; this will continue with enhanced disinfection protocols using EPA approved disinfectants at the recommended intervals.
Our bathrooms have automatic ventilation that increases air circulation.
Our interior spaces require non-vaccinated customers to wear a mask.
We installed sanitizing options at each of our bathroom areas to make hand washing easier.
Our check-in process is going to stay outside, as best we can accommodate. Please ensure you understand and follow all of the campground’s policies.
We need your help to do so responsibly. Here are some important tips for your stay:
Be a responsible camper: We always ask campers to observe good campground etiquette, but it’s especially important this year. Aside from following the normal rules, here are some things you can do to keep yourself and others safe:
Your health & safety is your responsibility, act accordingly.
Wash and sanitize your hands often, remind your kids to do the same.
Camping is social, just make it socially responsible.
Camp will be much more socially distant. Here are some changes you will notice:
Our camp store is finally open to inside shopping, open 7 days a week.
Communal spaces inside The Commons will re-open on June 25th, campers, including children, who have not been vaccinated please wear a mask inside.
The pool is open mid May- end of September.
All of our outdoor walking and hiking spots are still open and provide a great way to be socially distant in nature.
Check-in and check-out will be outside, to the best of our ability.
Visitors & Guests:
Our regular guest policies apply, all cars on camp must be registered at the camp store.