May 4, 2020
We know there is a lot of concern among our guests about the Covid-19 virus and
you are probably wondering how we are responding. We have been following the CDC developments closely and gathering
information on best practices in our industry through multiple sources.
That being said
we are committed to educating and protecting our guests and staff. In normal times, the hospitality industry uses cleaning
supplies proven to fight viruses and bacteria you may or may not have known existed. We have owned our resort through
the trials of Mers, Sars, H1N1/swine flu, and other concerns to public health. We will continue to disinfect & clean
prior to each guest arrival with added careful consideration of addressing all areas. Cabin bedding will continue to
be laundered in bleach treated water. We will continue to use & wash couch covers and cabin rugs. Our staff
wear gloves to protect themselves from chemical exposure. Some staff also wear a mask for the same reason. When possible,
we also open the cabin windows when cleaning for the same protection from chemical exposure. Maintaining health comes
from different directions - viral, bacterial, chemical, environmental - we try to address all as well as we are able.
changes to our resort schedule:
- The resort laundry room will likely be closed to the public for the 2020 season.
A close alternative is the laundromat in Pequot Lakes located behind the DQ (same building)
- Our normal planned/structured
activities (bingo, crafts, etc) will likely be canceled. If the CDC recommendation is social distancing, we cannot in
good conscience plan activities that bring different groups together. All of our guests are welcome to organize &
carry out activities with your families & trusted friends.
- Our cabin check-in process may change to contactless
for those of you who have visited us in the past & are familiar with cabin location/boat launch, etc. An email will
go out to our respective arriving families a week prior to your arrival with the current plan.
- Our resort office hours
may change to outside picnic-table-pick-up for bait & ice cream treats. Each week we will assess our guests needs
& plan accordingly.
Likely continued amenities:
- Check out of our non-motorized water
equipment (kayaks, paddleboards, etc) will continue to be available. If you have your own life jacket, please use it.
MN Boating regulations require a life jacket for each person - you are welcome to use ours knowing others have also used it
prior to you.
- All play areas, beach, wooded trail, ping pong, etc are available and open. Please use caution
as we are not sanitizing these areas. If you are able, bring hand-sanitizer for your own use as you see necessary.