To Our Valued Guests,
As a resort whose mission is to enhance the lives of our team members and all who visit, we have been closely monitoring the developments and public health recommendations regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our area.
As of Saturday May 2nd, Great Gorge Golf will be opening for the 2020 season in accordance with the Governor’s executive order to reopen golf courses. We’re excited to share the outdoors with our community, but in order to do so we’ve made some changes for the well-being of all involved as summarized here in accordance with social distancing guidelines. We thank our members and guests for their patience, and look forward to seeing you at the course soon.
Our Bike Park will be opening for the general public under strict social distancing and in accordance with all state and local guidelines on Saturday, June 6th. For additional information on Bike Park hours and COVID-19 precautions please click here.
We still remain optimistic that you will be able to enjoy all that the resort has to offer this summer and we will keep you informed on any plans for further openings as they become available. In the meantime, all other resort operations aside from Great Gorge and the Bike Park remain temporarily closed until further notice.
We encourage everyone to take this public health threat seriously and to follow the CDC recommended guidelines of washing your hands regularly, practicing social distancing, staying in your home if you are sick, avoiding contact with those who are sick, and contacting your physicians if you are showing any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19. For more detailed information and recommendations please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/summary.html
We thank you for your patience, support and understanding as we all work together to do our part in quickly stopping the spread of this global pandemic. Our hearts are with everyone who has been either directly or indirectly impacted by this crisis. Finally, we wish you and your families continued health.
Joe Hession CEO, Mountain Creek