We’re following all Washington state guidelines to guard against Covid-19 novel coronavirus.
- Closing some indoor and high-touch areas
- Masks are required indoors for ALL guests age 5+ in compliance with state health guidelines
- Increasing sanitation procedures
- Hand sanitizing stations around the park, with reminders
- No-touch front gate and restroom entry
- Glass windows and no cash transactions
- Plastic screen between guests and tour driver
- Deep cleaning and sanitizing between tours
Masks are required indoors for ALL guests age 5+ in compliance with state health guidelines.
Exception for Children Under 5:
Children under 5 are not required to wear face coverings.
Children ages 2, 3 and 4 are encouraged, but not required, to wear face coverings.
Children under 2 should not wear face coverings.
Why are face coverings important?
Wearing face covering can prevent the spread of Covid-19-19 to others. When you wear a face covering, you help protect your loved ones and others around you, even if you don’t think you have Covid-19. Face coverings can reduce the release of virus particles into the air when someone with Covid-19 speaks, coughs or sneezes.
What constitutes a face covering?
Under the Governor’s order, a cloth face covering is anything that completely covers your nose and mouth. It can be a scarf, bandanna or sewn mask with ties and straps that go around your head and behind your ears. It can be made from a variety of materials, like cotton, fleece or linen and can be either factory-made or made from household items. Disposable masks are acceptable face coverings.
Face shields are not an acceptable substitute for face coverings. A face shield does not fit snugly around the wearer’s nose and mouth, and does not stop the virus from getting into the air and potentially infecting others.