Visiting the Lodge

RHSC and COVID-19… What to know:

Acceptance Waiver and Certificate of Compliance

There are risks related to COVID-19 that may arise from access to River Hills. Members understand that they assume such risks by accessing the lodge. 

As of May 1, 2021 and in accordance with Vermont guidelines we will return to a more traditional model for lodge reservations.  On-site Coordinators will make appropriate room assignments for unvaccinated members and guests on a case by case basis.  Masks do not need to be worn in the common areas if there are no unvaccinated individuals present.  If unvaccinated individuals are staying at the lodge then mask wearing and social distancing remain in effect (masks must cover your nose and mouth).

Anyone visiting the lodge must complete an acceptance waiver form that states you are aware of, and in compliance with, the processes, guidelines and requirements prior to staying at the club.  Included in the waiver is a Certificate of Compliance attesting that you have reviewed and comply  with the State of Vermont out-of-state traveler guidelines.  This form can be found on the Lodge Reservations page.

The following steps will help protect you and others and keep COVID-19 from spreading.

  • Stay home if you are sick or have recently been exposed to someone who has COVID-19. Call your doctor to see if you should be tested
  • Upon arrival to Lodge:
    – use sanitizer at entrance
    – grab Clorox sanitizing wipes and wipe your way up to your room, (handrails, light switches, door knobs, faucet handles, etc.).
  • Keep a 6-ft distance from other people.
  • Wear a face mask or cloth face covering.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer.
  • If you use the kitchen, clean everything you use, use the dishwasher, wipe off common use products (counter, table, salt shakers, toaster, coffee maker, cabinet openings, etc.)
  • Prior to departure from Lodge
    –  wipe down your areas – use Clorox sanitizing wipes on your room, bathroom and common areas. (handrails, light switches, door knobs, faucet handles, etc.)
    – spray your room with Lysol
    – let the Director of Operations (Stephanie Evers) know if additional sanitizing supplies are needed.
  • Additional resources available from the Vermont Governor’s press.

Traveling to Vermont

Here are the most current news releases and opinion pieces from the Vermont Health Department.

2020 News Releases