Covid-19 Information

Last updated: June 29th, 2020
Please read all information on this page to prevent unnecessary inconveniences upon arrival. 

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, we are making every proactive effort to ensure the well-being of all campers, staff, and guests.  The most vital and significant change that you will notice is that upon arrival, ALL CAMPERS AND VISITORS will undergo Covid-19 screening.  

Before heading to camp, please follow these instructions:

  • Please familiarize yourself with the NB Government’s frequently asked questions for Summer Camps (June 16) document.
  • For campers and staff, please print and bring a copy of the Covid – Camp assessment for each camper & staff, which must be signed by a parent or guardian.  If a parent or guardian is not dropping of a camper, please complete this form and send it with the camper.
  • A separate liability waiver form may need to be signed by a parent/guardian. It will be made available on this site once it is ready.
  • If you or anyone else in your household/bubble do not pass the screening questions, please refrain from visiting/attending the campgrounds.
  • It is preferred if one parent/guardian would drop off the campers.

Upon arrival at the campground:

  • Please do not proceed to the grounds or tabernacle until you have followed the screening guidelines in place.  Please follow signs and/or staff directions on how and where to be screened.
  • You may be requested to remain in your vehicle for a few minutes while are others are being screened.
  • During registration, each family unit/bubble will be screened together by a healthcare professional.  To ensure the health and safety of the campers and staff, please be advised that if any member of the family unit/bubble has a fever or does not meet the provincial Covid-19 screening requirements, the entire family unit/bubble will not be permitted to remain on the campground and that Covid-19 testing may be recommended.
  • We prefer that campers are dropped off in a designated area, but if you need to help a child get situated in their room, hand sanitation and a face mask will be required.

Additional items for campers to bring:

  • Some travel-sized hand sanitizer that the camper can easily carry on them
  • A water bottle with the name of the camper clearly marked on it.  Water bottles must not be shared with other campers.

For the latest official guidelines, please refer to the New Brunswick Community Guidance

If a camper develops a fever while at camp, their parent/guardian will be contacted immediately to come and pick up the camper and may also be requested to take the camper for Covid-19 testing.  Providing proper contact information is extremely important.

All campers are requested to some travel-sized hand sanitizers that they can easily carry with them throughout the week.

Your cooperation and understanding of these measures is greatly appreciated.  We will update this web page as information becomes available.