Pam and I are thinking of you constantly and praying you, your family and your friends are all healthy. We are “camp family” strong. We appreciate everyone doing their part in slowing the spread of this corona virus. Living through this is terrifying and we just want it to go away. Unfortunately, that means we must adjust the way we run the entire campground and how we do activities. These protocols may seem to be inconveniences, but know they are temporary. What is important is we all stay healthy and get back to camping sooner than later.
As you know, our governor and the CDC has been changing protocol and managing the opening of our state for businesses and campers alike.
You MUST wear a face mask when entering and in any building. You must distance yourself from everyone with at least 6' apart. Your immediate family can be together but give other families space to stay safe.
Pool: The pool is open. The same distancing rules apply. Don't crowd other folks. Respect their space. When you leave the patio, prop your chair toward the table to alert our staff to clean and sanitize the set for the next guest.
Bath houses and laundry: Our facilities are open. We ask, when you have used the facility, please call so we can send our staff to sanitize.
Rec Hall: When we can, all entertainment will be out side. Bingo and game shows are held inside. We have X off the tables to distance everyone cutting our capacity to 45 guests. Please wear your masks when moving about the hall. Only when seated with your family, you may remove your mask. It must go back on when you get up. The hall doors will be open and whole house fans will be operating for ventilation. The hall must close at 10 PM for your safety.
Mass Guest: According to the Governor, Massachusetts guests must be tested for the Covid19 Virus before coming to Maine. In reality, it never happens. If you are sick - stay home. If you've been living a sedentary lifestyle - at home staying safe, you are welcome here. If you go to bars, nightclubs, gatherings of 10 or more, etc., stay home. For the most part, campers are home bodies and are itching to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
No one wants to be the cause of an outbreak. Saving lives will depend on us. The governor may amend, rescind or renew any or all of these protocols. We will act and instruct accordingly.
At Naples KOA:
I can assure you that we are committed to providing a home to all of our seasonal guests that live here for six months. We will follow the rules mandated by the state and the CDC. Nothing is more important than the safety of our staff and that of our guests.
Thank you to everyone who have been supportive and have put your faith in Pam and me. As I mentioned at the beginning, we are camp family and we are strong. We will get through this - together. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
If we seem over the top, please know you are all important to us and we would like nothing better than to have all of our friends, family and staff stay healthy and not be affected by this virus. It is nothing to fool around or take chances with.
Please stay well, stay safe.
Pam and Con