Health & Safety Protocols

 COVID-19 measures, policy and procedures for  camp

The health and safety of your children are our top priority. Our practices meet or exceed all BC COVID-19 guidelines.

In compliance with the BC Health Authority and Guidelines, we ask for the health and safety of everyone, if you, your child or anyone in your household is experiencing ANY SYMPTOMS related to Covid-19 please call or e-mail us immediately. You can reserve a different day and week for your child or you will be given a FULL refund for the missed week this summer.

We need all parents or caregivers to check over and ask your child before camp to confirm they have no current symptoms of Covid-19 ahead of camp drop-off.

Rainforest Adventure camps reserve the right to call parents or caregivers to come and pick up their child if we feel they are too unwell and or experiencing covid-19 symptoms. We want to ensure the well-being and safety of the child, and the camp. We will be outdoors most of the day, only going inside to use public restroom facilities and pools. For this reason, We also ask that all campers bring a mask and hand sanitizer with them to camp.

Masks are optional; based on personal preference and comfort levels for each individual, but we do ask you to bring one regardless, just in case.

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Our Policies, Procedures & Measures

  • Keeping activities outdoors as much as possible


We ask campers to:


  • Stay home (or go home) if they or any family member exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 (refunds will be provided)

  • Bring a mask and sanitizer to camp each day

  • Wash their hands (or sanitize hands) before eating and after using playgrounds and washrooms

  • Try to bring contactless food and drinks (i.e. avoid finger foods) and cutlery



Additional safety protocols:


  • All campers must stay together within a small radius of the group and staff

  • Campers must listen to and follow safety instructions

  • All campers are always in sight of staff

  • For our kids camp, kids go to public washrooms in pairs or more with a volunteer/ staff waiting outside

  • For our youth camp, youth go to public washrooms in pairs or more

  • Activities & out-trips are programmed to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants

Swim safety:


  • Kids under 7 must stay within an arms reach of staff and only a maximum of 3 per staff

  • Non-swimmers must stay close to leaders, stay in water that isn’t above their stomachs, and/or wear a life jacket in deeper water

  • No wrestling, dunking, jumping on others, or any activity that is unsafe to self or others

  • Follow all pool safety rules and listen to all lifeguards and leaders

  • Walk slowly (do not run) on the pool deck as it is slippery

  • Do not dive or jump into shallow water