Cactus Canyon Campground
And Resort, LLC
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Covid - 19 Response

Updated 6/16/2020

Hello Campers Governor Parson has released all restrictions for the state of Missouri. Individual County and other local restrictions have now also been checked and there are no other known restrictions. So what does this mean? It means that Cactus Canyon Campground can now begin to reopen those venues that have been closed due to the Covid 19 virus.

In a nut shell, we are open. Sauna is now open and as I write this the hot tub is filling and hopefully will be open for this weekend. Pool is open with no restrictions. All chairs and chase lounges of the canyon will be returned to the pool deck areas. You may bring your own chairs as well. Cafe will be open and all chairs and tables will be returned and we can again continue sit down dining. The Menu will remain limited to burgers and fries for dinner and for breakfast our omelets, tater patty and bacon or sausage can be served. All of our service ware will be paper and plastic. Our hours will remain open Only from Friday Night Dinner thru Sunday Breakfast. Please make alternative arrangements for your meals if you come outside of those hours.

The Governor has released stay at home orders, suggests that people maintain social distancing etc.. You can view his excerpts from his press release in the mentioned web address. Exerpt from "While Missouri will fully reopen on June 16, Governor Parson emphasized the importance of continuing social distancing and practicing proper hygiene to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  “We must remember that COVID-19 is not gone,” Governor Parson said. “It is still extremely important for everyone to continue social distancing. Be proactive. Avoid large, congested crowds, and if you can’t social distance, take extra precautions to protect yourself and those around you.”   “We all know how to do this now, and it is up to us to take responsibility for our own actions,” Governor Parson continued."

In addition, CDC website ( states "Individuals should continue to protect themselves and others at public pools, hot tubs, and water playgrounds, both in and out of the water – for example, by staying at least 6 feet away from people you don’t live with and wearing cloth face covers when not in the water."

The Canyon will have reminder posters thru out the Canyon reminding everyone to take precautions, social distance, wash hands frequently. We want our campers to be safe and remain healthy while still having a good time. However if you have symptoms or are not feeling well, please refrain from attending the Canyon, we will understand.

We do suggest campers maintain a six foot distance from one another, wash your hands frequently and wear a face mask to all help in keeping everyone safe during these hard times.

The Governor has shifted full responsibility onto the residents and visitors to our state to maintain good health practices. And in light of that shift of responsibility "The Canyon" accepts no responsibility or liability to anyone's health as it relates to the Covid 19 pandemic. Campers accept full responsibility of their own health as it relates to Covid 19 and may not bring in the Canyon or any of its officers into a liable suit due to anyone contracting the Covid 19 virus or having any related health hazards as determined was caused by the Covid 19 virus. All entrants to "The Canyon" will need to sign a waiver to release "The Canyon" and officers of all liability prior to entry to "The Canyon".as it relates to Covid 19. Thank you.

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