Whether you are a past, present, or future guest of Out Livin’, we wanted to take this time to communicate to you our perspective on COVID-19 and our related policies.
Firstly, please know that there is nothing more important to us than the health and safety of our guests and staff. In that regard, we have diligently reviewed all of our current, best practice operating and safety procedures to ensure adherence to the latest CDC guidelines regarding sanitation of equipment and gear, disinfection of surfaces, and availability of hand washing stations or hand sanitizer at our sites. In most cases, this just means doing a little bit extra of what we already do every day.
We will continue to monitor these practices and CDC guidelines as the situation develops. We will, of course, comply with every aspect of government mandated curtailments and CDC recommendations. Having said that, we fully expect to operate and are preparing for our summer and fall offerings. We firmly believe that getting outdoors in Siskiyou County may just be the perfect way to relieve the stress of this crisis, spend time with your family in a safe environment, and begin the healing we’ll need as a society.
As you prepare for your adventure camping experience/s with us in 2021, please know that we may decline service and/or remove a guest from a stay as per CDC guidelines.
If the situation evolves into something untenable, we will consider adapting our policies and procedures for deposits and cancellations. For now, we will continue to follow our refund and cancellation policies and we encourage you to review the policies for your stay. If you have any questions about policies or procedures, we welcome them. Usually, you’ll get the fastest response by emailing or calling us: Out Livin’: firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at (530) 924-4460, Our office is currently open Monday through Saturday, 9am-6pm PST.
Our mission is to promote healthy lifestyles and a greater appreciation of nature by providing outdoor experiences and adventure opportunities that are fun for all. We think we are blessed to work in stunning Siskiyou County, and nothing makes us feel better than sharing it’s awaiting experiences and adventures with our customers.
Jason & Jessica Matthews
Owners | Out Livin'
While out in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, visitors should practice self-sufficiency and come prepared with all the essentials needed for your trip. This includes food, emergency supplies, and the ability to pack-out what you bring in. Remember to recreate responsibly by keeping the following in mind: