MWR RECREATION PROGRAMS
Guidelines & Restrictions
As we look to re-open the Camp Williams MWR programs, events and pool for the 2020 summer
season, we want you to know we take yours and our health very seriously. We are committed to keeping you
healthy and safe, but we cannot guarantee you won’t be exposed to COVID-19. We rely on you to protect
yourself too. We hope that by implementing the changes below, we can minimize COVID-19 exposure to our
staff and guests.
Please take a moment to read these BEFORE COMING TO CAMP. We hope to be open July 1st and we ALL
want to do our part to have a healthy and active summer!
1. HAND SANITIZING: Frequent hand sanitizing is essential and is the responsibility of all employees and guests.
We will be providing hand sanitizer hygiene stations throughout facilities: on entry, in key walkways, and at
every activity. etc. Guests are expected to hand sanitize upon entry, at the beginning and end of each activity.
Staff will be wearing gloves to be put on at the beginning of every activity and taken off properly at the end of
each activity or shift.
2. MASKS: All employees will be wearing masks/face coverings, protective eye and gloves wear while on Camp.
Guests are also REQUIRED to wear masks / face coverings in order to participate in programs. Masks may be removed in the water, with 6 ft distancing requirements in place from non-family members. Masks are to be worn when out of the pool.
3. TOUCHLESS PAYMENT: We will be utilizing touch-free/contactless payment options when possible. It is advised
you have access to debit/ credit cards for payment for entry and concessions.
4. CAPACITY: We will be reducing capacity to allow for appropriate physical distancing and following state
guidelines on maximum group gatherings. Family members and others (a “family unit”) who live in the same
household can be closer together. All others should strictly adhere to the physical distancing guidelines at all
facilities, including bathrooms. Our LRC has been modified to allow for appropriate sanitization of gear, no touch
5. SANITIZING: Deep cleaning of our facilities will happen a minimum of once a week or after a symptom incident.
We will also sanitize recreation equipment after each use.
6. SYMPTOMS: Each guest will be asked to fill out a symptom self- disclosure (found here). We will also be
conducting temperature checks at the pool gate or at your Groups meeting location. Please, if you, or anyone in
your household or at work, have any of the symptoms listed, please come visit us at another time when everyone
is well. If you feel ill once you here, please notify a staff member know immediately. Symptoms with COVID-19
can escalate quickly and we want to get you medical attention, if necessary, as soon as possible. You and your
party may be asked to move to a special area within a facility for further assessment,
7. FIRST-AID: We have put into place new First Aid protocols address how to manage guests or employees with
8. HIGHER-RISK: Currently, government health organizations are recommending people 65 years and older, those
who live in a nursing homes or long-term care facilities, and people with underlying medical conditions
(particularly if not well controlled) should either remain home or keep their distance from others. Underlying
medical conditions include chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma, serious heart conditions,
immunocompromised, severe obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 40 or higher), diabetes, chronic kidney disease
undergoing dialysis, and liver disease.
We will continue to update this page and our actions as the State’s Governor’s office and Utah National Guard
updates their guidance. We hope to see you on Camp soon and as always, Stay Healthy our Friends!
Published May 27, 2020