In light of the Covid-19 Pandemic, there are some changes this season.
WE WILL BE UPDATING THE WEBSITE FREQUENTLY TO NOTIFY RESIDENTS OF THE CURRENT SUMMIT COUNTY MANDATES, INCLUDING CLOSURES, FOR LAKES AND BEACHES
Please check back as we will be frequently updating the website with park news and OPENINGS following the Governor’s and the Health Department recommendations.
We have created a swim lane, 12’x110′. This lane is for lap swimming only. No more than 2 lap swimmers in the lane at one time. Signs are posted.
We have created a swimming area in the deeper water that is 60’x80′. Access to this swimming area is from the beach and NOT by the dock ladders.
We also have opened the kiddie beach which is 110’x20′ with an average depth of 2.5′.
At this time we are not able to offer use of the diving board, slide or floating dock. Dock ladders may be used for emergency purposes ONLY.
Our goal is to make the lake and park as safe as possible for all residents.
While we do not know the details of the mandates and recommendations set forth by the county and state, we will keep you informed as quickly as possible with updates.
Here are some changes you can see at the park for the 2020 season:
With the exception of lifeguards, all staff will wear masks
Will be monitored for Covid-19 symptoms prior to every shift
Sign-in will be required and monitored
Hand sanitizer will be available at sign-in
No ping-pong or foosball for 2020
Soda machine will be available
No drinking fountain
Social distancing in and around the boathouse will be encouraged and markers will be placed
Will be disinfected every 2 hours by staff members
Use will be limited to one person/family at a time
No-touch/soft-pull paper towel dispensers are being installed
Will be available for reservations beginning on May 26th
Pods will be limited to ten people at a time, it is highly recommended all guests practice CDC social distancing guidelines while using pods. It is encouraged to picnic only with family members or members inside your circle of trust
It is highly recommended all guests practice CDC social distancing guidelines when using SLE watercraft and only boat with family members or members inside your circle of trust
Oars and boats will be sprayed with disinfectant between each use
Personal Floatation Devices (Lifejackets) must be provided by the boater – PFDs will NOT be supplied for 2020
Sign in will be required for the fishing dock
No fishing keys will be provided/sold for 2020
Fishing with the use of SLE equipment will be available during boathouse hours of operation
It is highly recommended all guests practice CDC social distancing guidelines while on SLE property and only be in contact or close distance with family members or members inside your circle of trust
Chairs and umbrellas must be provided by residents – SLE chairs or umbrellas will NOT be provided
Masks are encouraged on the property
Closed until further notice per the state mandate