Camp messages and updates related to COVID-19 will be posted on this page as soon as information is available.

COVID-19 Information Summer 2022

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We will be counting on you to play an important part in supporting our community health while your child is at River Run this summer.

Vaccine vaccine vaccine  All of our staff is fully vaccinated. We strongly encourage vaccinations for all campers. All campers attending River Run Camp are age eligible for vaccinations, so go for it! 

Daily Health Monitoring Please commit to monitoring your child for any signs or symptoms potentially due to COVID-19, whether vaccinated or not, everyday. Do not send a sick child to camp. Similarly, if your child is unvaccinated and has been exposed to a COVID-19 case, notify us, and do not send that child to camp. All of our staff will adhere to the same standards.

Masks Outdoors  Wearing masks will not be required outdoors at River Run. We take very seriously the need to ensure that those who opt to mask are comfortable doing so. We will respect individual decisions and foster a welcoming environment.

Masks Indoors  We ask that face coverings (masks or buffs) be worn in the barn regardless of vaccination status. We don’t spend much time inside anyway. Our barn is extremely well ventilated in summer – with the ability to keep our big doors wide open.

Hygiene Procedures  We will continue to encourage good hand hygiene through hand-washing and sanitizing.

•It is extremely important that Jane or Stuart be notified immediately of any COVID-19 case in a camper or family member prior to symptom onset or, if asymptomatic, during the 48 hours prior to testing date. We will then notify all potential contacts, while maintaining confidentiality of the positive case.

We are confident that our plans represent a thoughtful approach that follows the recommendations from many sources. In addition, we are prepared to alter our course at any time, depending on health risks or updates in state guidelines.