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.
You will see our staff with masks on while interacting with you while providing the best care possible.
Arrivals & Departures –
Check in will be via drive-thru at Live Oak Lodge - please wear a mask upon arrival and remain in your car while our staff provide your check in packets. We will be conducting a prescreening upon arrival with a questionaire of each individual. 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.
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.
Masks & When to wear them –
Per our county, a mask mandate is NOT in effect. Camp Kulaqua requires the following:
- Masks are a person choice by the guests and the decision is respected
- Staff must wear facial coverings during all in-person interactions with the public when social distancing of 6ft or more is not possible
- In addition to safe food handling requirements, our Food Service team are required to wear masks while preparing and serving meals
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.
– Horseback rides will be offered, as well as all of our other activities!
– Encouraging social distancing
– Sanitation and wipe stations throughout camp.
– Staff will be wearing masks when serving and preparing food and when in close proximity to guests.
Theresa Stride, and Camp Kulaqua Staff