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Summer 2020 campground

We are very excited to see you at camp this season. These are challenging times and the safety of our guests and staff are our number one priority. To keep everyone safe while at camp, we will be continuously disinfecting common (and high-touch) areas, following it up with cleaning solutions, setting up multiple hand sanitizing stations around camp, and encouraging all guests to social-distance and a wear face covering when necessary. If you or anyone in your household show any COVID-19 related symptoms (as per CDC guidelines), please consider self-isolating for at least 14 days prior to making your reservation.

Campground Amenities offered

  • Lodging: Thursday to Monday each week starting with August 6 and ending with September 28; 10 cabins total – five 4-person and five 6-person, bathrooms and showers in each section.
  • Picnic Areas: each rental cabin area will have a picnic table setup with the trash can near-by. Trash will be emptied on daily basis. Please be sure to keep your areas clean to avoid wildlife visits (i.e. bears).
  • Store: available items for sale – frozen food items, snacks, sodas, drinks, coffee, beer.
  • Deck: we will have three tables set up at our brand new deck for everyone’s enjoyment.
  • Grill Areas (available upon request): 4 grill areas with propane grills will be set up and available for check-out.
  • Beach Access: to facilitate safe use, beach will be limited to the use of up to two families maximum (due to the small size and limited opportunity to social-distance). NO LIFEGUARD on duty.
  • Ping-Pong: paddles and ping-pong ball available for check-out at the store.
  • Bocce Ball: bocce ball set available for check-out at the store.
  • Horse Shoes: available for check-out at the store.
  • Volleyball Court: volleyballs available for check-out at the store.
  • Basketball: basketballs available for check-out at the store.

Safety

We are following all City of Sacramento, El Dorado County, and Forest Service requirements to offer you a safe respite.  Following CDC guidelines, we have adapted our procedures and protocols to maintain a clean and disinfected facility, and include social distancing, the use of face coverings, and other protective measures.  Everyone’s safety is our number one priority.  For more protocol information and details on adjusted protocols and safety rules please read these documents:

Reservations

TO RESERVE a cabin, please click HERE! Account creation will be required to make reservation. For more information, please email us at campsacramento@cityofsacramento.org or call us at 916-808-6098.

COVID-19 RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is a respiratory illness that is spread through the air via droplets from an infected person or by touching contaminated surfaces. It may cause severe illness, disability, and death, especially for seniors and persons with underlying health conditions. Children usually have mild symptoms, but they can infect persons in their household. Many who have the virus do not have any symptoms, which makes the virus even more contagious.

COVID-19 MITIGATION AND EXPOSURE RISK

The City’s child day care, senior respite care, and child and adult recreational programs are operated under the guidelines set forth by the CDC and the state, as well as state and local public health officer orders. This includes daily check-in of all staff and participants for any fever, practicing 6 ft. social distancing, staff wearing face masks and encouraging participants to do the same, reminding participants not to touch their face, frequently washing hands, and sanitizing high touch surfaces. While staff will remind participants to comply with these requirements, they may refuse or forget to comply. It is not possible to ensure that every participant will constantly comply with the COVID-19 mitigation requirements. Because it is a respiratory illness, there is a risk of exposure that a participant could contract the virus while at the City program.