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COVID-19 Response

Camp Kulaqua continues to take precautionary measures that puts the health of our guests and staff as a priority, while providing a high-quality experience.  Camp Kulaqua resides in Alachua County and continues to follow the CDC and local health department guidelines and regulations. 

Restrictions have been lifted in our county. We continue to provide additional spacing when possible, and disinfect areas regularly as well as provide sanitizing stations throughout camp.

Arrivals & Departures – 

Check in will be via drive-thru at Live Oak Lodge.  You will remain in your car. In addition, please self monitor a few days prior and if you should develop symptoms before your trip, please stay home and cancel your reservation. Per our operating policies, we will ask each individual to answer a few symptom screening questions related to Covid-19. We appreciate your cooperation in this as we priortize the wellness of all on camp.

Activities – 

We have the privelage to provide all of our activities to you. We encourage social distancing at all of our areas. 

Indoor Events – 

Worship will be together in the Gymnasium, with sections for your family to sit with 6 feet between groups. Other indoor events such as crafts, seminars, The Rest Stop, and others will require masks to be worn indoors per our County mandates  Please see the schedule and make plans for your family based on your comfort. 

Meals – 

Buffet lines have been removed and Cafeteria-serving lines have been implemented during this time. Please allow for extra time to proceed through the line as we serve you.

To allow for social distancing, we have divided the meal times up in two separate groups. More will be shared upon arrival; please attend the meal time that you are grouped in.

Masks & When to wear them – 

Per our County's ordinance, masks are required and must be worn when inside a building. This requirement excludes private residences or spaces occupied by a single-family unit. Such face masks shall be of a nature approved by the CDC and shall cover the mouth and nose and loop securely around the head or ears. 

These are mandates from our county and local health department in our operations. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask a staff member. 

Sanitation Stations

Extra sanitation stations are throughout camp at your disposal, including activities and in the Cafeteria

Symptom Checks

Once daily at the cafeteria prior to entering, we will ask you to answer a few symptom screening questions related to Covid-19. We appreciate your cooperation in this as we priortize the wellness of all on camp.
 

In preparation for this retreat, we are planning a number of modifications to reduce the risk of exposure, adjusting to the local and state regulations as they continue to change:
– Spreading out family in dining areas and utilizing outdoor picnic tables.
– Encouraging social distancing and wearing face coverings when closer than six feet, and indoors
– Increased daily sanitiation by our staff.
– Sanitation and wipe stations throughout camp.
– Symptom checks daily of guests and staff.
 

We look forward to seeing you and your family!

Theresa Stride, and Camp Kulaqua Staff

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23400 NW 212 Ave. | High Springs, FL 32643

Phone: 386.454.1351

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