2020 has been a year that the vast majority are experiencing something for the first time in our entire lives. The last pandemic was the Spanish Flu which took place in 1918.
Navigating through all of this has taken a tremendous amount of patience, faith, and hope as we've awaited emerging education and awareness from world experts in regards to how the coronavirus spreads and what we can do to prevent this unplanned virus.
As a business, we obviously want to be able to please our customers but at the same time we have a social responsibility to ensure that we can provide those services in the safest way possible and not contribute to the spread of covid-19. Anything less is unacceptable. For this reason we have spent an adequate amount of time accessing this situation while researching and talking to other campgrounds, RV councils and government officials about how best to handle this.
Thankfully we have come to the conclusion that we believe our business is capable of maintaining a balance of safety and social responsibility whilst preserving people's mental wellbeing in a most stressful and unpredictable time. For this reason, we believe it is our social responsibility to remain open for our campers providing we can achieve both of these in tandem with each other. In order for this to be achieved, it means some changes and adjustments to how we normally operate are going to have to occur. This is going to be something that lies in both our hands and yours.
In order to be able to camp at Castle Valley Campground, campers will have to agree to strictly follow all protocol as outlined by CVC in conjunction with what AHS, WHO, government officials and the Canadian RV Council of Canada are either mandating or suggesting to us.
This code of conduct must be adhered to at all times, by everyone, failure to not do so can shut us down, which means CVC will be adopting a very stern approach to anyone caught violating our Covid-19 Code of Conduct. This can lead to immediate eviction and ban from the park. For this reason, it is extremely important that you read the Code of Conduct thoroughly and are able to agree to all mandates that are in it. Failure to abide may result in expulsion for the rest of the season and possible non-renewal.
The reason for these strict rules are so that we can not only remain open but also ensure the utmost safety of you, our campers, staff, families, co-workers, and clients we may interact with outside of Castle Valley Campground. Our mandate is to keep our campers safe and prevent the spread of covid-19 not only at CVC but outside of it as well.
We hope you understand and are accepting of the new mandatory guidelines in place as we navigate through this difficult time together. Please use this tab to keep updated on the latest Covid related information.
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