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With 2nd vaccination doses now being administered, and more and more Canadians becoming fully vaccinated, our rules are changing with the times. As of June 15, masks will NOT be required in our office if you have been fully vaccinated for at least 10 days. Management will be fully vaccinated before then. If you have only had a first shot, or have decided not to get vaccinated, you MUST wear a mask when entering our office. We can offer you a disposable one if you have forgotten yours. Our office is attached to our home, and as the saying goes, our house, our rules. We make this stand because we would prefer not to disinfect the entire space just so you can exercise rights that ended at our property line. If you choose to walk into our office without a mask to argue this point, we will add a $100 cleaning surcharge to your bill. This will also likely lead to you being kicked off our property and banned from coming back, so lets not push this part of our rules. Your mask must cover the mouth and nose. If you have a medical reason for not wearing one, you are not permitted inside. This also applies to children. If they are too young to wear a mask, they are also too young to be in our office. Face shields are not an acceptable alternative. As an alternative, we can take care of you outside if you can’t wear a mask. We don’t request you wear a mask anywhere else in the resort, as it’s all outside and we have lots of space for you to socially distance. We also have hand sanitizer at the door to the office as well as inside the office. Please use it upon entering and leaving.
Our studio cabins (2, 3 & 4) are serviced by our central bath house. We have eliminated the “men’s & women’s” public toilets in this building, constructed a 3rd bathroom, installed keyed door handles on all the bathrooms, and now all 3 cabins are serviced by their own private bathroom and sink. This building is closed to the general public.
New regulations for campgrounds demand that we keep track of all guests in case there is a covid outbreak connected to our resort. Therefore, all visitors are required to register at the office. We will be requesting the names of all visitors be recorded along with contact information (phone number and email address). This is not optional. Even someone stopping by for a minute must register with the office. We have installed hand sanitizing dispensers around the resort in the highest community touch areas (recycling/garbage center, fishing cleaning station, battery charging station etc).
Our RV bathroom building has a single shower, so we wont have to worry about social distancing, but we can’t possibly clean between uses; be advised that this is a high touch area and the user needs to ensure their own safety and sanitation. Like BC Parks, we must insist that guests come equipped with their own personal sanitizing kits to be used in high traffic areas (hand sanitizer, wipes etc). This season, we will maintain a closure of our tenting sites, we won’t be accepting any tenting reservations, unless they are attached to an RV with bathroom that the tenters can use. We will not be opening our public bathrooms. Our 3 studio cabins that rely on one of our bathroom buildings will have exclusive use of the Cabin bathroom/shower building. The building features 3 bathrooms, 3 sinks and a shower area, each small cabin will have a key to their own toilet room. You are responsible to ensure this door remains locked, to stop anyone else from potentially using it. Each toilet and sink has a Cabin # assigned to it and this is for that Cabin to use exclusively. We will only be cleaning these areas before and after cabins leave. A limit of 2 people at a time permitted in the common area has been instituted to insure social distancing, and as expected, it is a user beware area, with lots of signage to remind users that they are in control of their own sanitation in a community bathroom. In accordance of advised BCDC guidelines we ask that all toilets be flushed with the toilet lid down, in order to prevent the plume of water mist in the air.
We also ask that anyone coming to stay with us do as much shopping as possible at your local stores in preparation for your stay . One of the biggest fears expressed by our neighbours is that the shelves of our small local retailer will be emptied by an influx of outsiders, and of course, if you are sick, stay home!
We will continue to update you as information and rules come our way. For now, stay safe and don’t forget to spend some quality time sorting out your tackle box. All the best from your Moosehaven crew, Russ, Michelle, Brooke & Tyler.