KBR CAMPGROUND– COVID-19 Protocols & Procedures



This document provides interim guidance for preventing the transmission of COVID-19 to KBR Campground guests.

To limit the spread of COVID-19, the Provincial Health Officer has issued Orders that impact the hospitality industry. These Orders outline conditions and provide specific direction regarding the services provided at KBR Campground. This document will outline new measures put into place across all departments and will be revised as needed based on provincial and district direction.

This document applies to all employees and guests. This document is fluid and will be updated as we progress in our reopening of KBR Campground.




At all times you must maintain a physical distance of two metres from other guests including dogs. COVID-19 is spread through large liquid droplets when a person infected with COVID-19 coughs or sneezes. The virus in these droplets can enter through the eyes, nose or mouth of another person if they are in close contact with the person who coughed or sneezed. COVID-19 is not transmitted through particles in the air and is not something that can enter the body through the skin.

The symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to other respiratory illnesses, including the flu and the common cold. These symptoms include cough, sneezing, fever, sore throat and difficulty breathing. People infected with COVID-19 may experience little or no symptoms, with illness ranging from mild to severe. People who are contacts of a confirmed COVID-19 case, meaning they have been or could have been exposed to the virus, but do not have symptoms, are required to self-isolate. Self-isolation means staying home and avoiding situations where you could come in contact with others. You must stay at home and self-quarantine for 14 days if you are sick to avoid spreading illness to others.

Practice diligent hand hygiene at all times by washing with plain soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Practice cough etiquette by coughing into your elbow or covering your mouth and nose with a disposable tissue when you sneeze. Immediately dispose of used tissues and wash your hands.

Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands. Do not share food, drinks, utensils, cigarettes, vaping devices, joints or bongs.




  • Only ONE guest at a time is allowed in the office.
  • Outdoor furniture has been stored.
  • Security sweeps will be increased throughout both day and night.
  • All guests will be advised of the Guest COVID-19 Code of Conduct rules to adhere to while in our community and on our property. Keeping in mind we cannot police all guests; we must do our best to remain kind and supportive if we do need to remind guests of appropriate conduct during this time.




You and your party agree to obey this Code of Conduct while at KBR Campground.


GROUPS: Each group in an RV site from one household unit. Additionally, each household group must maintain 2 metres physical distancing from other household groups. No gatherings of more than six people in a unit are allowed at any time.

HOUSEHOLD: Households are defined as those people that live in one home and have maintained physical distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak.

HAND WASHING: Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds in warm water and soap every time you enter

and exit your unit.

PHYSICAL DISTANCING: You and your party must always maintain 2 metres of separation from anyone else at KBR Campground, while on the beaches and while in town.

BE KIND AND SUPPORTIVE: Be kind and supportive, remember we are all in this together!

PARENTAL SUPERVISION OF CHILDREN: Parents must ensure that their children maintain 2 metres of separation at all times from other children/people from other parties during your stay.

VISITORS: NO visitors are allowed in any units on property at KBR Campground. Each group in an RV site must be from one household unit.




  • All campsites that are checking out must be vacated by 11 a.m. and prepared for arriving guests by 1 p.m., this is the check-in time for the campground.
  • Use the appropriate PPE (mask, gloves, safety glasses) before you enter a site.
  • When a site is vacant and ready to be cleaned start by using sanitizing solution and a clean dry rag to wipe down the power pedestal, water faucet and sewage cap.
  • Using garbage tongs and pail and picking up anything that has been left behind or in the fire pit.
  • Check the entire site and in the bushes at the sides and back. Look for bread bag ties, cigarette butts, cans, etc.
  • Check the picnic table is solid and use the sanitizing solution spray and clean dry rags to wipe it down. Get a fresh rag and wipe down each bench seat.
  • If the fire is out and cooled down, remove all burnt wood and garbage. If the fire is cooling off or burning, douse it with water from the pedestal and make a note to come back and shovel it out. Remove any remaining firewood and return it to the pile in the shed.
  • Rake the site from front to back or side to side, taking care not to rake away all of the gravel.
  • Dispose of your used gloves and wash your hands. Replace your mask if necessary and don fresh gloves.




Only one person is allowed in the office at a time.

At the beginning and end of each day the office will be fully sanitized including a deep clean of all work surfaces, phones, POS machines, ice chest, pop machine, all door handles.

Please visit following site for more information on COVID-19

External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html