One Hope Canada - Dallas Valley Ranch Camp 

Statement re. Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Update from Jan 7, 2022
Dallas Valley observes Saskatchewan government guidelines on this pandemic and will adapt as these restrictions tighten or loosen. Legislation allows for camp to operate with few restrictions; currently, we are required to mask in all indoor shared spaces, which includes places like our chapel and dining hall, but doesn’t include cabins. Registered campers will be notified if any changes are made to programming, should they be affected by any changing guidelines. Please do not come to camp if you are exhibiting symptoms of covid-19.
If you have any questions please contact us.
Update from Dec. 15, 2021

Official Statement from One Hope Canada

Due to the information quickly changing concerning COVID-19 protocols, we ask you to contact your local camp directly for guidance in relation to booking or program requests. Our camps are in close communication with public health authorities and make adjustments as additional COVID-19 guidance is provided.

Because camp happens in close communities, we have always taken great care to develop and maintain disease management practices to address a variety of communicable diseases, both common and rare. We believe that prevention is one of the best lines of defense and regularly remind campers and guests of the importance of good hygiene and sanitation practices.

As an extra precaution, our camps have additional hygiene stations and undergo aggressive daily cleaning and disinfecting practices to minimize the spread of disease. We update these screening, cleaning and disinfection policies to mirror current best practices recommended by public health authorities.

 

If you are a media outlet, and would like further information, please send your inquiry to biblecampmediainquiries@gmail.com.

Self-screening Questions 

We would ask that all guests refrain from coming to Dallas Valley if they would answer yes to any of the following questions:

  • Do you have a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, or shortness of breath?

  • Have you tested positive for COVID-19?

  • Are you waiting for COVID-19 test results?

Please visit the Government of Saskatchewan Website for more information if you answered yes to any of the above questions.

If you have any questions about your upcoming booking or our availability contact us.