COVID-19 Protocol and On-Site Code of Conduct
The health and safety of our seasonal campers and the local community are of utmost importance to us. Please refer to the Provincial Emergency Stay at Home Order for any further clarification on re-opening.
Seasonal Campers with a Full-season contract are permitted to use their trailers beginning on May 14, 2021 with the following restrictions:
- Used by individuals in need of housing
- Used by Seasonal Campers with a full- season contract who stays less than 24 hours and immediately returns home
- Used by Seasonal Campers with a full-season contract who stay for a duration of 14 days or more
- You are permitted to leave the campground for essential purposes such as buying food, gas, drug store needs, etc.
- You are not permitted to gather indoors or outdoors with anyone you do not live with
- A person who lives alone may join with one other household
- Physical distancing must be maintained of no less than 2m apart.
Updated May 2021 On-Site Code of Conduct
COVID-19 CODE OF CONDUCT:
In order to open safely and responsibly, we have developed the following COVID-19 Code of Conduct. Please read it and familiarize yourself with the information.
THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES ARE IN PLACE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:
❇️ The Office is closed. Please call/text the office for any questions you may have. (613) 393-3213
❇️ Propane will be available temporarily as we phase out our propane exchange program. It will be sold by contactless delivery. Please call/text the office phone to arrange delivery. Payment can be made by e-transfer (firstname.lastname@example.org) (You may also purchase your propane from local stores like Home Hardware, etc)
❇️ There will no longer be ice for sale
❇️ The public washrooms and showers are closed
❇️ The laundry room is open (at Main Ofiice Building only)
❇️ Playground is open
❇️ Physical distancing is required, as mandated by the Province. Please maintain a minimum distance of 2 meters (6 ft) between individuals who don't live together. This also applies to sunset watching at the waterfront. 🙂
WE ENCOURAGE ALL GUESTS TO PRACTICE THE FOLLOWING:
❇️ If you are sick, please stay home
❇️Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the washroom and when preparing food
❇️ Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available
❇️ When coughing or sneezing: cough or sneeze into a tissue or the bend of your arm, not your hand.
❇️ Dispose of any tissues you have used as soon as possible in a lined wastebasket and wash your hands afterward
❇️ Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
IN SENSITIVITY TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY, PLEASE CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING:
❇️ Plan ahead and buy your groceries in your local community before you get here
❇️ Limit your public interactions in Picton, Bloomfield, etc.
❇️ The Tambo Store, just down the road from West Lake Willows, has reopened! They sell gas, as well as a variety of food and cleaning products.
❇️ If you require medical attention, please consider returning to your local community for health care services
📌 Thank you for your cooperation and compliance. It is important that we remain vigilant in our efforts to continue to slow the spread of COVID-19. Our goal remains as it has always been: To offer a relaxing, comfortable guest experience for everyone.
We are all in this together. 😀