Summer Camp and COVID-19
We are actively following and implementing the current COVID guidelines provided by the State of Wisconsin and the Center for Disease Control. We will be continuing to update this webpage with our most up to date information
Before We Gather:
We encourage families to self-quarantine or limit exposures outside of their households prior to attending their camp session. Many resources that we have utilized to create and advise our COVID-19 policies share that, “a healthy camper starts at home.” We will share more as the summer gets closer.
Our Time Together:
Drop Off/Pick Up – We will be checking in/out campers exclusively from their vehicles. A staff member will collect/return all important information and items at the vehicle when coming or going. Campers will be required to have a temperature check and answer a few questions when they arrive for the start of their time at camp.
Sanitation – We will be implementing a “Coming In/Going Out” sanitation policy that will have campers sanitize their hands entering and exiting buildings around camp. We will also be sanitizing surfaces before and after campers are in a building to make sure we keep up with the CDC’s sanitation guidelines.
Face Masks – Face Masks will be required for campers, staff, and visitors in all indoor experiences (except for sleeping and eating), any activity requiring the campers to not socially distance, and when a cabin group comes into contact with another cabin group. Masks will not be required while in individual cabin groups unless otherwise stated.
Activity Modification – We will be actively modifying the activities on our normal schedule to make sure they allow for our campers to have an enjoyable and safe time here at camp. This will include the implementation of Cabin Groups or “Pods” which will be the main group for activities such as Bible Study, Meals, Outpost etc.
Daily Testing – As indicated by the CDC we will be checking temperatures, using touchless thermometers, for all campers and staff daily. Anyone found with a temperature of 100+ degrees will be quarantined and sent home immediately.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Because of the uncertainty of COVID-19 Luther Point Bible Camp is waiving all cancellation fees until May 1, 2021. If you need to cancel after May 1, 2021 due to COVID-19 Luther Point Bible Camp will handle each cancellation on a case-by-case basis.
At the time of this printing all camps will be limited to 50% capacity, subject to change with updated information from the Wisconsin Health Department, Burnett County Health Department and CDC.
***All policies are subject to updates as more information becomes available from the Wisconsin Health Department, Burnett County Public Health Department and the Center for Disease Control. Please check our website, www.LutherPoint.org, for any updates and for full policies.***