Update from Camp Casey Conference Services concerning COVID-19
Last updated on June 9, 2021
Seattle Pacific University (SPU) continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on campus and Camp Casey.
Governor Inslee has issued new guidance for summer camps. You can read this guidance here. We appreciate our guests following all current government guidance for COVID-19 prevention. If you need to cancel or reschedule due to COVID-19, please let us know.
Camp Casey is open to two types of visitors:
- camp leaders of group events, who are following these guidelines.
- personal visits that are family gatherings, who should be following these guidelines.
- Fort Casey Inn units are also currently open at a limited capacity.
What buildings are open at Camp Casey?
- dorm style lodging (Company Quarters A, H, J, BOQ)
- Smaller houses (Staff Quarters, Alumni House, QMB, Firehall)
- Campground: RV/Trailers for dry camping only (no bathrooms), after July 1 for SPU alums and group rentals by sponsored non-profit organizations.
Our catering team is offering delivered meals and outside dining to clients at Camp Casey and the Fort Casey Inn. You can view the menu of catering items when you book online here. When you book your group camp with us, we will work with you to coordinate Mess Hall A meal times and menu at the time of contracting.
The physical office is closed as the office staff move home to remote operations. The voicemail and office email inbox will be checked Monday-Friday. Please email us at email@example.com.
What steps are being taken at Camp Casey?
- The Office of Facility and Project Management maintains a regular and thorough cleaning process around Camp Casey that complies with CDC recommendations. Day-to-day cleaning operations are governed by an infectious disease protocol, and high-touch surfaces and restroom fixtures throughout Camp Casey are cleaned regularly.
- We are following government guidelines for cleaning and requirements for distancing, masks, etc. Our dining employees also follow strict rules for cleaning and food safety.
Island County Public Health has issued community recommendations. Please review these as you plan.
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