Covid 19 Update 

Hello Camp Families,


With the recent updates and protocols outlined by BC Provincial Health Officials and BC's Premier, we will be continuing to run our Summer Day Camps. 

We will be updating our policies and procedures in accordance with the BC Health Officials to ensure the safety of our staff, children and parents as we move into the summer. 

If you have any further questions or concerns about how we are staying safe this summer, please feel free to contact us at or give us a call at 604-607-1387.


*All our guidelines are subject to change to continue to meet BC’s health guidelines throughout the summer as protocols adapt and change*

Frequently Asked Questions

What will Sign in and Hair Check look like?

Both our Sign in and Hair Check will be outside to ensure more air flow and space for children and parents. Please check your child daily before coming to camp of any cold, flu or covid 19 like symptoms. Daily screening to ensure that your child has not been experiencing any covid like symptoms will be asked upon check in.

What should I expect to be asked for a daily screening?

Each morning you will be asked if your child has experienced any cold, flu, or covid like symptoms in the last 14 days.

Can I come inside the building after my child has completed their hair check?

As per guidelines we are asking parents to drop your child off at the building entrance after the sign in and hair check process. This is to help reduce unnecessary physical interaction. For circumstances where you must come in, we ask that you practice diligent hand hygiene before entering and please maintain physical distance between all staff and other children.

What should my child expect to be different from previous years?

All changes have been introduced to limit the direct impact on your child, and encourage ways to stay safe and healthy while having fun. Any changes that your child will notice will be in the addition of new games that promote physical distancing and in our encouraging reminders to practice good hand hygiene and maintain physical distance.

How many children will be in a group?

We have substantially reduced our weekly overall numbers. We are also dividing our weekly numbers into groups no more than 6 for the first two weeks. Group sizes may increase to a maximum of 10 as protocols adjust. Your child will remain with that group to attend activities during the week.

How will lunch be served?

All food will be prepared and served in accordance with covid health guidelines. Lunches will also be staggered to allow for each group to grab lunches separately. If your child has special dietary needs, you may be required to pack a lunch. Please contact us for more details.

What if my child needs first aid attention?

First aid is a very important aspect of our camp to ensure the safety of your child. We are working closely with authorities to ensure the proper procedures for taking care of your child should they need.

What if my child has allergies are they still allowed to come?

Children with allergies don’t need to stay home. If a child has a new onset of a runny nose, it is important to check if they also have a fever and/or cough.

Will my child have access to wash hands/sanitize frequently?

Yes! We will be encouraging your child to wash/sanitize their hands frequently. Since we have a large property, we will have many areas available for your child to keep their hands clean.

Will your playgrounds be open?

Yes, with the release of the covid 19 guidelines which encourages us to “reassure children and parents that playgrounds are a safe environment”, we will be allowing children on our playgrounds within these guidelines. If you would prefer your child does not play on the playgrounds, please contact us.

What is your Sanitation protocol?

Loft Country will exceed all BC’s Health guidelines for sanitation of all touch surfaces, activities, etc.

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