Oakridge Family Campground Camper Code of Conduct 2020
This code is in effect from June 19, 2020.
Oakridge Family Campground welcomes you! Please read this Code of Conduct (the Code) and review it with all family members. The rules in this Code must be followed to ensure we all stay safe and do not engage in activities that contravene any Provincial or Federal Government regulations and ensure we comply with all health regulations.
This Code is over and above our normal campground rules, which still apply. Strict enforcement of all rules will be in place for all registered names on your campsite. Any camper, regardless of age, who breaches this Code will be asked to leave the campground immediately.
If you have a fever, or flu-like symptoms, please stay home. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are a presumptive case, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive or is a presumptive case, please stay home. If you have been outside of Canada, please do not visit the campground for a period of 14 days.
At this time, we will be operating under the following rules. These rules may change as the Ontario or Federal Government amends legislation.
Occupancy & Visitors
Only one family will be permitted per campsite (i.e. all occupants of the campsite must live in the same household- we may check your Driver’s License/Photo ID upon arrival).
No outside visitors are permitted into the park at this time.
Please see below for restrictions to our common areas. All areas that are closed are indicated with a sign. If you are unsure whether something is closed or not, please contact the office for clarification.
Public Toilets and Public Showers are open. (Please respect social distancing guidelines when using washroom facilities)
Pools are open with limited capacities (maximum 25 people in each of the pool areas at a time, and 10 people in the wading pool area)- If the pools are busy, please keep your swim time short to allow everyone to have a turn
The store will be open for window pick-up only
Playgrounds and recreational areas (i.e. mini golf) are open- Parents are responsible for making sure their children are physical distancing from others while using these facilities, and for making sure they wash their hands before and after use
Walking around Campground
At all times campers must obey physical distancing rules as mandated by the Province of Ontario. Currently, you must stay 2 meters or 6 feet away from other campers. You may use walking trails if physical distancing rules are followed.
Limit of People on a Campsite
When visiting campers from other campsites, please maintain a distance of 2 metres, or 6 feet away if you do not belong to the same household. (registered campers only- i.e. you may visit other campers in the park, but no outside visitors).
Limit of campers in an area
Campers are expected to respect and obey all signage which restricts the number of people permitted in certain areas. Physical distancing and gathering rules must be followed.
Our store will be stocked for any basic items that you may need during your time at the campground. Please see below for the complete rules of how our store is operating this summer.
The store is open for window pick-up only.
To reduce line-ups, you may call the store with your order ahead of time
If there are multiple people waiting, please line up outside the store and obey all physical distancing rules
Respect of others and staff
We ask everyone to be respectful of each other, as well as staff, during this challenging time. Please do not hesitate to inform staff members of any matters requiring our attention.
I agree, on behalf of myself and those listed on my campsite, to abide by the guidelines laid out in this Code. I understand that anyone found not adhering to any of the above restrictions will be asked to leave the premises immediately without refund.