COVID Updates

Pali Adventures will be open in 2021! Now that we have approval from the state to run camp this summer, we are eager to share our COVID policies. The following guidelines are in compliance with the California Department of Public Health

All COVID policies are subject to change. Please check back frequently for the most up-to-date information.

Last Updated: May 20th, 2021

Specialties/Bunking:

Campers do get to select a unique specialty this year. To keep campers in cohorts, we will be bunking campers based on their age and the specialty they choose. This means that each week specific specialties will be made available for teens and Juniors. We will alternate which specialties are available to each age group. Check out this years available specialties.

Masks

Our goal is to limit the amount of time campers will be asked to wear their masks. By keeping campers in cohorts, activities outdoors, and practice social distancing, we can allow campers to go mask-free. There will be times when masks will be required. These requirements are based on state guidelines:

  • If campers are indoors with anyone outside of their cabin group
  • When they less than 6 feet apart from anyone outside of their cohort (indoors or outdoors)
  • When campers or staff are less than three feet apart (The only exemption is in your cabin with your cabin group)

Transportation

Bussing: Pali will provide bussing to and from camp this summer. Campers will receive a rapid test before getting on the bus, and masks will be required while riding the bus.

Airport: Pali will only pick up campers who are fully vaccinated. Campers are fully vaccinated two weeks after their 2nd dose of Pfizer and Moderna or two weeks after their 1st dose of Johnson & Johnson. Campers must provide proof of vaccination. Pali will drop off all campers (vaccinated and unvaccinated) at the airport to return home. Masks will be required when riding in vehicles.

Testing

Campers are required to get a PCR COVID test 72 hours before camp. After getting their test, campers must quarantine before arriving at camp. When campers arrive at camp, they will take a rapid test. Campers who are fully vaccinated will not be required to test before camp.

Pre-Screening:

Parents will be asked to screen their campers for COVID symptoms 2 weeks before they arrive at camp. Parent should quarantine their campers 10 days prior to camp.

Staff

We are encouraging all staff to get vaccinated before camp begins. During the summer, all counselors will remain on-site (and cannot leave the property) to maintain a staff bubble.