COVID-19 Information (Updated March 22, 2021)

TRC is committed to the safety of our members.  In order to comply with current state regulations and promote safety while camping, the following rules will be in effect for the campground while Snohomish County remains under Phase 3 of the Safe Start program.  These will be updated with changes in state guidance and take into account campground capacity and making sure to allow room for social distancing.

The COVID rules apply to all persons visiting TRC, regardless of vaccination status.  

  1. Masks must be worn at all times when outside of your campsite.
  2. Masks must be CDC compliant.  Bandanas/Handkerchiefs, single layer gaiters, pup hoods, or masks with exhalation ports are not in compliance.
  3. Members must maintain 6 feet of physical distance between members of different households.
  4. Each lower campground site may only be occupied by six persons at any time.
  5. Seasonal sites are limited to ten persons at a time.
  6. Visiting sites of others is permitted, so long as capacity is not exceeded.
  7. Masks must be worn and physical distancing observed when in another's site.  Each site may determine its own policy for mask use among site members when in their own site.

TRC will continue to monitor for new guidance and will follow the rules applicable to the current reopening phase in Snohomish County, including capacity constraints, mask use, and social distancing.  In the event that the county moves back to phase 2, TRC will revert to the previously published rules below.  Any reservations in excess of the phase 2 limits will be cancelled with earlier reservations getting priority. 

Phase 2 rules (posted for reference in case Snohomish County reverts back)

  1. Masks must be worn at all times when outside of your campsite.
  2. Masks must be CDC compliant.  Bandanas/Handkerchiefs, single layer gaiters, pup hoods, or masks with exhalation ports are not in compliance. More information on proper masking can be found here.
  3. Members must maintain 6 feet of physical distance between members of different households.
  4. Each site may only be occupied by members of two households.  A household is defined as a group of persons who physically reside together in a permanent residence.  
  5. Visiting sites of others is permitted only if:
    a. the purpose of the visit is to assist with site work; or
    b. the site is occupied by only one household that day
  6. Masks must be worn and physical distancing observed when in another's site.
  7. Gatherings of more than two households are prohibited, except when conducting camp business or volunteering for camp work projects.

More information on the Washington State Coronavirus response can be found here.