Kalahari Commitment to Clean
We continue to monitor the recommendations from the CDC and state guidelines. The information continues to be fluid. We are committed to this evolving process, so that when the times comes to rest easy - you’re able.
This is Kalahari’s Commitment to Clean, and to you. Everything we do, we do for the safety of our guests and our team. We want you to have confidence in your getaway to focus on the family memories - instead of the worry. Our family and associates take pride in the role we are playing to ensure the wellness of those we serve. Thank you for making that possible.
THINGS WILL LOOK DIFFERENT DURING YOUR TIME WITH US.
Please take a moment to read this IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON the CHANGES WE HAVE MADE. Click the button for your property to learn how our wellness initiatives impact your stay, and guest responsibilities to ensure everyone stays healthy.
Please note, the updated mask requirements
- PENNSYLVANIA: Guests over the age of two are currently required to wear masks at our Pocono Mountains location. Per the Process to Reopen Pennsylvania guidelines, guests will be asked to wear masks with the exception of in the indoor waterpark, outdoor waterpark, dining or at the bar. However, the CDC has advised masks should not be worn in water because they can be difficult to breathe through. As a result, masks are prohibited when you are in the water. Physical distancing standards must be adhered to resort-wide.
- OHIO: Per Ohio Department of Health, all guests over the age of two are required to wear masks while on the Ohio property. Guests will be asked to wear masks throughout the resort. This includes wearing masks to and from the waterparks, lounging within the waterpark and while not actively using a waterpark attraction. The exception to wearing masks includes dining in a restaurant, at the bar, in the water or in your guest room.
- WISCONSIN: Per the statewide mask mandate from Governor Tony Evers, all guests over the age of five are required to wear masks while on the Wisconsin property. Guests will be asked to wear masks throughout the resort. This includes wearing masks to and from the indoor and outdoor waterpark and while not actively using a waterpark attraction. The exception to wearing masks includes while eating and drinking, in the water or in your guest room.
Additionally, to avoid unnecessary cross-over between guests, on the day of departure, guests may enjoy the Waterpark until 3 PM prior to leaving.
We’re all in this together, let’s have some fun!