COVID-19 UPDATE 05/08/2020
Dear Ringing Rocks Campers and Friends,
During this pandemic, and at all other times, our first and foremost concern is for the welfare of our campers, staff, and the public.
On May 1st, Pennsylvania authorized the opening of private campgrounds provided we follow CDC guidelines designed to prevent the spread of
COVID-19. In order to operate in a responsible manner, we will be implementing control measures recommended by the state and federal
government to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19.
As always, we are grateful to all of our wonderful campers that make Ringing Rocks Family Campground a special place to make memories and
friends. With all difficult times, this too will pass and we will all be enjoying campfires and camaraderie as we did in past camping seasons.
Until then, please take all precautions necessary to defeat this pandemic. Please be safe and take care of one another.
- You must wear a protective mask to enter the store. The number of customers allowed in the store at one time is limited to 3 people.
Please enter from the front door and exit through the rec hall side door.
- Your site is for the use of your family only. This refers to the family that resides in your home and travelled to the campground with you.
Guests and visitors are not allowed on the grounds until further notice.
- Please limit your travel to local stores. Plan accordingly and bring what you will need for your camping trip.
- All scheduled activities are suspended or cancelled until the CDC and applicable agencies change the current guidelines for operating safely.
- All of the common areas are closed. This includes the playground, rec hall, game room, and volleyball court. One family at a
time may utilize the basketball court or horseshoe pits with their own equipment.
- Bathrooms are open, but shower facilities will remain closed. One person/family at a time will be allowed to use the bathroom facilities.
Wear a mask when using the bathrooms, and knock before entering.
- We are asking all of our campers to practice social and physical distancing by maintaining at least 6 feet of distance between the nearest
person and to not congregate in groups. This includes having campfires with neighbors.
- If you feel ill or develop a fever or other COVID-19 symptoms while at RRFC, you should return to your residence immediately and seek
appropriate medical attention.
- If anyone who is traveling to RRFC has been in proximity to someone who has COVID-19, you should stay home.
- This list is not all encompassing. Rules cannot take the place of personal responsibility. Please look out for yourselves and each other
to ensure that we are all doing our part to keep the virus from spreading.