Woods & Waters has always been committed to being mindful of risk when providing fun outdoor adventures — we are simply adapting to this new health hazard as best we can.
Thankfully, outdoor activities allow you to avoid the “thee C’s” — (en)closed spaces, crowds, and close-contact activities. Outdoor activities are also considered beneficial to your physical, social, and mental well-being. Let’s go play outside!
Quote: Stephen Hawking
However, be aware that by visiting Woods & Waters and/or participating in an activity or rental, you and your party knowingly and voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), COVID-19 is a highly infectious disease spread most commonly through respiratory droplets and particles produced when an infected person exhales, talks, vocalizes, sneezes, or coughs and can lead to severe illness and death — regardless of vaccination status. The highly transmissible disease can be spread by people who have no symptoms or are unaware they are infected. Particles containing the virus can travel more than 6 feet, especially indoors.
There is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public or private place where people are present.
Your activity may include participants outside your group — please let us know if you, or a member of your party, have a health condition that might be of concern if part of a mixed cohort.
Preventing the transmission of the coronavirus might be out of our control.
Some activities, such as hands-on rescues, cannot be performed while maintaining social distancing and wearing a protective covering over the mouth and nose may not be practical or safe for the situation.
It is impossible to completely eliminate the risk of contracting COVID-19 or any other communicable diseases.
Woods & Waters retains the following rights:
Let’s together try to keep each other healthy. Woods & Waters will:
Regardless of vaccination status, require staff who develop symptoms of any illness to remain off premises until cleared for return (such as a negative COVID test). If exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, the staff member will be required to self-monitor and wear a mask when around others for the recommended length of time. Staff with confirmed COVID-19 infections will be asked to remain off premises for the recommended period; then if symptoms have improved or no symptoms have developed, upon return they will be required to wear a mask for the remaining number of recommended days.
Efforts to Help Everyone Remain Healthy
Additional Risk Mitigation
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