2023 Covid-19, Illness and Injury Policies and Protocols
Thank you for doing your part to keep your child and the entirety of camp healthy and safe. Your child's health and safety is our number one priority.
Mars Hill Cycling Camp is dedicated to being as transparent as possible regarding camp’s operations, especially as it pertains to camp’s planning, processes, and procedures regarding Covid-19, other illnesses, and injuries. We may adjust information and requirements as we learn more about best practices regarding Covid-19 in 2023.
Campers must have and provide proof of current health insurance.
We encourage all campers for two weeks prior to camp arrival to avoid all high-risk Covid and illness exposure activities, and generally to do everything possible to arrive at camp healthy, happy and fit. This is a key strategy to limit camp illnesses and injuries.
Do not show up to camp with symptoms indicative of Covid, the flu, a cold, or any other communicable disease, nor with an illness that would prevent normal riding and camp activities. Do not show up to camp with an injury that would prevent normal riding and camp activities. We can discuss a camp fee rollover should your child need to miss camp due to last minute illness or injury. We will work with you to provide the best options for your family.
Prescription and Over-the-Counter Medications
All prescribed and over-the-counter medications must be disclosed to staff before campers are admitted to camp. Staff needs to be aware of any and all medications and how/when a camper will administer them. Campers must be able to self-administer their own medications.
Getting Sick During Camp
If a camper develops symptoms of any communicable disease or illness, including but not limited to Covid-19, influenza, strep throat, food poisoning, etc., the camper is obligated to inform staff as soon as possible. If the illness is considered highly contagious, the camper will be isolated to their room. Parents/guardians will be notified to consult with on any diagnostic or treatment options. Parents/guardians should be prepared to pick up their camper within 24 hours after notification of onset of symptoms. Campers are required to have a parent or guardian that can reach their child within 24 hours should the need arrive.
Injury During Camp
If a camper is injured to the point that they can no longer safely ride or participate in camp activities, then parents/guardians will be notified immediately to consult with on any diagnostic or treatment options and parents/guardians should be prepared to pick up their camper within 24 hours after notification. Campers are required to have a parent or guardian that can reach their child within 24 hours should the need arrive.