Camp LakePoint Safety Guidelines
Camp LakePoint Safety Guidelines
LakePoint Sports remains in Phase 3 of our reopening plan for the Baseball Village, Beach Volleyball Pavilion, and Champions Center, where providing a safe environment for athletes, coaches, and families on campus, as well as our team members and our local community, remains the top priority for LakePoint Sports.
During Phase 3 of reopening our campus, providing a safe environment for athletes, coaches, and families on campus and our team members and our local community remains the top priority for LakePoint Sports. It is important for all guests to know that our team went through a thoughtful and methodical process before moving into phase 3, including hundreds of safety guidelines and federal, state, and local requirements.
While on campus, we encourage you to continue practicing safe distancing and proper hygiene at all times. Safety guidelines are posted around the campus and at LakePointSports.com/SafetyGuidelines. Adherence to these guidelines is vital to maintaining a safe environment for everyone on our campus.
For additional details on the CDC health and safety guidelines, please visit CDC.gov/coronavirus
For additional details on health and safety guidelines for the State of Georgia, please visit dph.georgia.gov/
How LakePoint Sports is Providing a Safe Environment (Across Campus)
- Adhering to required and or recommended federal, state, and local safety guidelines
- Limiting capacity for each week at camp for the safety of all guests and in accordance with federal and state guidelines
- Requiring all athletes and parents to sign a waiver acknowledging that they have read the LakePoint Sports safety guidelines
- Increased frequency of sanitation of high touch areas, bathrooms, etc.
- Utilizing the industry’s best ionized water cleaning system
- Increased hand sanitizer locations located throughout the campus
- Continued training of all LakePoint Sports team members on safety guidelines
- Continued training of all LakePoint Sports team members on PPE usage
- Wearing proper PPE by LakePoint Sports team members when interacting with guests
- Daily screenings of LakePoint Sports team members for signs of illness before they begin work
- Providing separate entrances and exits at the venue
- Posted signs communicating all safety guidelines throughout campus
- Providing safety guidelines online at LakePointSports.com/SafetyGuidelines
- No water cooler service provided
- All water fountains will be deactivated
- All transactions are cashless
- Dedicated team members will be onsite to assist with any questions or needs
*This specific list will be updated frequently as new information is available.
- LakePoint Sports is reducing the capacity of all camps for the safety of all campers and guests.
- Before participating in any event at LakePoint Sports, all parents must sign a waiver of understanding and agreement to adhere to all expectations set forth by LakePoint Sports.
- All campers on campus should adhere to all CDC guidelines to practice proper hygiene
- Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
- If soap and warm water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with others (e.g. no handshakes, fist bumps or high fives).
- Please use your elbow when you cough or sneeze.
- LakePoint Sports will be responsible for screening campers and counselors before each day of camp to determine if it is safe for the camper or counselor to attend camp.
- We ask that all campers stay homeif you are sick or not feeling well.
- Health Screenings will include a health questionnaire for the parents and thermometer checks for the campers.
- All parents, campers, and counselors will adhere to the current LakePoint Sports safety guidelines for current health status. Campers and counselors will not be allowed to participate if you have any of the following:
- Fever over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit
- Shortness of breath
- Difficulty breathing
- Or have traveled to areas of known infection in the last 14 days and have not come in contact in the last 14 days with anyone showing symptoms.
- Or at least two of the following symptoms
- Chills, shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and loss of taste or smell
- Face masks or facial coverings are welcomed, but not required. Please respect everyone’s personal choice.
- The CDC recommends wearing a face mask or facial covering if you are not fully vaccinated.
- Camp LakePoint Field trips will be limited to in-house field trips and a few local locations. While riding the camp bus campers will be required to wear a mask.
- Hand sanitizer stations will be available at each camp.
- All check-in and out procedures will be conducted by a drop-off/pick-up lane, with parents and other family members being asked to remain in the vehicle.
- Check-in team members will wear face masks or facial coverings.
- Utilizing contactless forms of check-in and check-out.
- Parents must have a drop-off/pick-up car tag clearly visible.
CAMPERS AND PARENTS
- Campers will be split into small groups with one counselor.
- Campers will remain with their group throughout the week.
- Campers are required to bring their own lunches and snacks in individually sealed bags with their names written on their belongings.
- Campers must bring their own water jugs to camp.
- We will have hands free water spouts to refill bottles
- Campers will have their own designated area for their personal belongings that will adhere to safe distancing guidelines.
- All personal belongings must be labeled with the camper’s name on them.
- Each camper will be instructed to refrain from physical contact, including high fives, and fist bumps, and be asked to maintain safe distancing as much as possible.
- Campers' hands will be sanitized before they join their groups.