Clean and disinfect all facilities per guidelines.
● Group facilities, pavilions, cabins and yurts are CLOSED.
Ensure campsites are a minimum of 6 feet apart. Consider phasing in, and only allowing every other campsite to be in use.
Allow camping by reservation only.
Post signs in prominent locations throughout the campground and its buildings to enforce physical distancing.
Provide educational materials to emphasize and enforce physical distancing.
Keep staff in visitors’ centers and campground offices to a minimum, and set them up outdoors when possible. Ensure employees are physically distanced at least 6 feet from one another. Limit the number of customers allowed in offices to ensure physical distancing can be maintained. Keep playgrounds and other common-use areas closed.
Camp only with members of your household in your local region. Do not invite visitors to your campsite.
Use personal equipment for camping. (No rentals or “loaned” items).
Secure food, water, gas, and any other needed camping supplies in your home community. You should not go to a host community grocery store, restaurant, supply store, or gas station except in emergency situations.
Be prepared and plan ahead for extremely limited facilities, as many will be closed or there may be reduced access. You must pack out your trash and waste.
Stay home if you or anyone in your household has any symptoms such as fever, coughing, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle pain, new loss of taste or smell, and chills.
Do not engage in risky activities, and strictly follow any local county fire bans. Fire, search, and rescue volunteers need to prioritize other important public health activities right now.