What new COVID-19 guidelines mean for Maine campers this summer

Considering camping in Maine this summer? The 2021 campground season is shaping up to be similar to last year. But if it’s been a bit since you last camped, you’ll likely notice a few changes.

According to state guidelines, campers should wear face coverings while in public settings and maintain 6 feet of physical distance in a shared space, and those from outside Maine must follow the Keep Maine Healthy plan. These are just a few of the guidelines that campground owners are considering while planning for the upcoming season.

Other bits of the policy have been relaxed a bit for this season though. In an update to the COVID-19 prevention checklist for lodging released on March 19, which includes campgrounds, the state eliminated a requirement for advance reservations for guests and revised cleaning protocols.

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