What extra precautions will be taken at summer camp due to COVID-19?

As always, Noble Kids Camp remains committed to maintaining a safe, clean and healthy environment for our staff and campers. In partnership with the American Camping Association (ACA), we are closely monitoring information about COVID-19 and are actively discussing the latest updates from the CDC.

At this time, we are planning on providing our campers with a much-needed, fun-filled summer camp experience for summer 2020. We will continue to monitor the effects of Coronavirus and our ability to run summer camp this year. 

These are just a few of the precautions we are taking to ensure your camper has a safe summer with us.

· No Contact Drop-off/Pick-up Procedures
· Daily Symptom Checks for Staff and Campers
· Maintaining a 1:10 Ratio of Counselors to Campers
· Implementing a New Zone Rotation Schedule to Keep Campers Socially Distant All Day
· Increased Handwashing and Sanitization Policies for Campers and Staff
· Increased Equipment and Facility Sanitization Policies
· Limiting Camper Exposure by Keeping the Same Small Groups of Campers and Counselors the Entire Week *Applies to Regular Camp Hours Only, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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1. How are parks, trails, or amenities imapacted by COVID-19?
2. Are Summer Camps offered at the park?
3. What extra precautions will be taken at summer camp due to COVID-19?
4. What hours are the parks open?
5. Can I bring my dog to the park?
6. How can I schedule a special event, such as walk/run or concert at a park?
7. When do to the Splash Pads at Dillon Park and Finch Creek Park open?
8. Can I bring alcohol in the park?
9. Is there a public pool at Forest Park?
10. Can fireworks be set off in the park?
11. Can I drive my golf cart on the trails?
12. Can I have a bonfire at the park?
13. Do I need to bring sunscreen for my child at summer camp?
14. Does summer camp still take place if it is raining?
15. What does my child need to bring to camp?