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Posted on: May 8, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Campground re-opening protocols

Floyd County Conservation campgrounds will open beginning on May 22, 2020 on a first come first serve basis.  

· Per the Governor’s proclamation, campgrounds will reopen on Friday May 22 at 8:00 am on a first come first serve basis.  No campers will be allowed to inhabit a site prior to that time.

· Campground use is restricted to self-contained camper units only.  No tents or campers without onboard restroom facilities are allowed at this time.

· Visitors are encouraged to wear gloves when using dump station.  Dump station handles should be disinfected regularly.

· Water hydrant handles and sewer line camps should be disinfected as soon as a site is vacated.

· All playgrounds, outhouses, and shower facilities will remain closed.

· Campsite occupancy must at all times be less than 10 people.

· Visitors are expected to maintain proper social distancing (6 feet) at all times.

· All staff and volunteers shall wear protective gloves when handling money and registration forms. Wash hands and disinfect areas immediately after handling money or registration slips.

· All staff and volunteers shall wear face masks when interacting with the public, regardless of social distancing capabilities.

· There will be no cabin use or reservations accepted.

· Shelter house use is restricted to groups of less than 10 people.  Proper social distancing is to be maintained at all times.

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