Safer at home: Phase one mandatory requirements: Private campgrounds and overnight summer camps

Private campgrounds must either implement the following mandatory requirements or close. Overnight summer camps must remain closed in Phase 1.

Mandatory Requirements:

Businesses must strictly adhere to the physical distancing guidelines, enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices, and enhanced workplace safety practices provided in the “Guidelines for All Business Sectors” document. They must also adhere to the following additional requirements:

Post signage at the entrance that states that no one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in their prior 14 days, is permitted in the establishment.

Post signage to provide public health reminders regarding physical distancing, gatherings, options for high risk individuals, and staying home if sick.

All lots rented for short-term stays of less than 14 nights (and not owned by individuals) must maintain a minimum of 20 feet between units.

All common areas that encourage gathering must remain closed such as pavilions, gazebos, picnic areas, etc.

No physical sharing of recreation or sports equipment unless it is cleaned and disinfected with an EPA-approved disinfectant.

No day passes or visitors. Only persons listed on the registration are allowed on the property.

It is recommended that campgrounds strongly encourage customers to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth.

No gatherings of greater than 10 people in one location.

On-site retail, recreation and fitness, cabins, and food establishments must follow the requirements and guidelines specific to those establishments.

Employees working in customer-facing areas are required to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth, such as using CDC Use of Cloth Face Coverings guidance.

Provide hand washing in bath houses or sanitizing stations for guests and employees.