Notice: please read our COVID -19 policies before booking.
We are unable to accept “walk-ins” at this time. All participants must have a reservation to allow us to implement proper distancing, group size limitations, and other safety protocols. The state also limits the flow of cash in order to prevent the spread of germs, so we ask that guests utilize our online booking system to reserve a spot.
Guests MUST arrive on time in order to avoid direct contact or close interaction with other reservation holder in the administration building. In order to preserve the safety of our staff and other reservation holders, we must reserve the right to delay admittance or reschedule if we are unable to meet this requirement.
Under no circumstances should a person participate in any activity if they show signs of illness. Participants are to immediately make Staff aware should anyone in the party become ill while participating.
Participants are to bring their own water bottles, sunscreen, insect repellent, and personal snacks if they so desire. These items are not allowed on the course but may be kept in the participants vehicle to be used as needed.
All staff members will be wearing masks while indoors and harnessing, but certain circumstances will not permit staff to wear masks at all times when outside due to other safety protocols. There are times when clarity of instruction can be hampered by muffling masks, in which case, instructional safety will be prioritized.
All provided equipment will be sanitized by Monkey C Monkey Do staff before and after each outing.
We encourage guests to wear face masks while inside, but they are not required on the course. While signs posted indicate this procedure, we cannot control the public and the decisions made by individuals.
If you are not comfortable with the outlined procedures or possible actions of others, we kindly ask that you refrain from visiting Monkey C Monkey Do while we navigate through the changing precautions for our new normal.
As always, we appreciate the continued support from our community, as we are a small, family-owned business attempting to overcome the new challenges that were presented this season.
NOTE: These guidelines may be periodically modified by The Maine DECD as prudence dictates, and we will make clients aware of any changes as soon as possible once notified.