Safe Fun

We are excited to announce that the 2022 Adaptive Winter Sports Program will be held onsite at a reduced capacity. In designing and operating the program, we will be following recommendations and guidelines put in place by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), New York State (NYS), and our local Warren County Department of Health (DOH). While we are confident in our plan to safely host campers and volunteers for ski and snowboard day lessons, we know that policies and protocols are subject to change as guidelines evolve.

Following all recommendations, Double H is taking many safety precautions to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 at camp this winter.

  • Facility Improvements: In the spring of 2021, an outside review of health & safety COVID-19 precautions was conducted of the Double H facility. Before running our 2021 Summer Camp Program, we made camp wide updates, including installation of HEPA air filters for improved ventilation in buildings, installation of new operating windows, increased number of handwashing stations and hand sanitizer dispensers, and newly renovated camper cabins.
  • Protocols: Campers, volunteers, and staff will all be asked to follow protocols that minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19, including self-monitoring for symptoms and practicing low-risk behaviors before lessons, completing screening questions with a camp nurse upon arrival, wearing a mask onsite, observing physical distance when possible, and following COVID-19 and flu vaccine requirements.
  • Program Structure: In addition to reduced capacity, many aspects of our program structure will also adapt. Participants will be given staggered arrival times. Campers and parent/guardians will be given a private room and accessible bathroom in the Raccoon Cabin to use throughout the day. Everyone will receive individual boxed lunches to eat outdoors or in their individual rooms.