COVID Information

Due to these unique conditions imposed by the COVID-19 virus we are doing our best to observe the current rules set out by our state and county health departments.

  • We will be taking extra steps to keep our front desk, restrooms, cottages and buses as clean and safe as possible.
  • Social distancing is currently required and we must encourage every group to keep the 6’ guidelines in mind.
  • We are currently allowed to have no more than ten (10) people in our camp store at a time.
  • Per state guidelines we will be asking all guests & staff to wear face masks on our buses.  We encourage you to bring a mask from home for your use.  We will have disposable masks for sale (at our cost - $0.75 ) in our store.
  • In order to minimize your time in public areas, we will do our best to work with each group in advance of their arrival and have a check-in packet to include a map, keys, invoice and waiver paperwork ready for you.
  • If you have had symptoms such as fever or sore throat in the last 14 days or been exposed to anyone with COVID-19 in the past month and travel is not possible we will be glad to work with you regarding your reservation.

We understand that venturing out during this time involves some risk.  We appreciate each and every one of our guests and we will continue to work on strategies to promote good, safe, outdoor fun here at Gasconade Hills!  


Pool Rules & Hours
Open 11 AM – 9 PM


Children MUST be accompanied by an adult.

No glass allowed in the pool area.

No pets inside pool fence or in the pool.

Babies must wear a swim diaper.

No running in the pool area.

Dangerous practices are prohibited – please do not dunk, push, pull or unnecessarily splash other swimmers.

No diving.

Please get out of the pool if you hear thunder - the sound of thunder means lightning is a possibility.

Pool closes at dusk - about 9 PM.

Proper behavior at the pool is necessary to keep everyone safe.  Anyone unable to be considerate of others or to comply with the posted pool rules will be asked to leave the area for the balance of their stay.