Last update October 21
Updates are only made if anything changes.
As soon as government regulations allow us to open a service or an amenity, we are adding it and updating this page. Of course we are always doing so while taking into consideration the safety of members, visitors, and staff. As such, some of our procedures have been altered. Please see below for details.
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- Members and visitors are allowed to visit for the day
- The office and store are open
- Outdoor picnic sites, benches, shelters, trails, and recreational areas are available for use
- Team sports are limited to training sessions as long as they do not include “Prolonged or deliberate contact”
- We are operating normal hours (10am – 6pm)
- Only the Bare Bistro patio is open for eat-in. (no indoor dining) Takeout is also available. Alcohol is only allowed on the Bare Bistro patio or on your campsite/room/cabin as per provincial law.
- The playground is open
- The pool is open. You cannot sit in the pool enclosure and it is limited to 9 users at a time in the enclosure. You can also use the lake at your own risk.
- All indoor facilities are open but saunas remain closed by government order.
- The hot tub is open – maximum of 2 people at a time unless all are living in the same household.
- Masks must be worn indoors.
- Short term overnight stays in hotels, cabins, and campsites (both serviced and unserviced tent sites) are available.
- Toilets in the campground are open but the showers inside the comfort station are closed. Some outdoor showers are open.
- If you make a reservation and we have to cancel it because of government restrictions, we will give you a full refund. If you cancel the reservation then our normal cancellation policy still applies.
- Gatherings are restricted to 10 people or less indoors and. 25 people or less outdoors.
- Physical distancing of at least 2 metres is required.
- In situations where physical distancing is not possible, you need to wear a mask. Masks must be worn indoors.
- You should wash your hands frequently with soap and water. An alcohol-based sanitizer will be available in the office.
- If you are sick, you should stay home
- If you have recently been exposed to someone who is sick, you should stay home
- If you are in any way vulnerable to the virus, you should stay home
Some of Our Safety Procedures
- Team members are screened before every shift. Visitors are also asked a screening questionnaire.
- A clear barrier has been installed in the office at the front desk.
- Team members must wear a face mask or a face shield when there is a risk of coming too close to others.
- Anyone preparing food or handling food must wear a face mask or face shield.
- Procedures have been implemented to limit the number of people in the store and office.
- We have always cleaned the public areas regularly. But we have added the additional step of disinfecting “touch” areas (door knobs, locks, counters, handrails, etc…) three times per day.
- Seating capacity indoors has been reduced and tables have been spaced further apart. Outdoor tables have also been spaced further apart.
- Sick team members are always encouraged to stay home but we are now more proactive about it. We pay them to stay home while they are sick.
- We have provided additional training for all team members and continue to do so.
- We have always had hand sanitizer available but we now have it in more locations.