Rock Creek Vacation During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Taking a trip to Rock Creek, Montana during a pandemic might seem like heaven to some and scary to others. Staying in a vacation home, rather than a hotel where there are other guests, is the best way to go on vacation during these times.
Our cabins have always been operated as self-check-in and check-out. There is no office, all transactions occur online. Our staff does not come into the cabins during your stay.
Going on vacation and taking a break from the headlines is good for the mind and soul. Providing clean accommodations so guests can enjoy the Rock Creek Valley’s wide-open spaces, sparkling clear waters, and fresh mountain air is our commitment to all. If you decide to visit Rock Creek this year, or if you are concerned about your upcoming trip, we have some ideas for you on how to stay safe.
Phase Two Reopening
Montana moved to Phase Two of reopening Montana on June 1.
Montana businesses, restaurants, bars, and more are open, often with a reduced capacity. We encourage you to enjoy outdoor recreation and limit your time indoors with groups.
Face Masks Required in Public in Montana
As of July 15, 2020, there is a statewide requirement to wear a mask in indoor public spaces – think grocery stores, fly shops, etc in counties with more than 4 cases. The cabins lie in a county where cases have been very low, however, all services you probably would use during your stay are in Missoula County. So plan to bring a mask.
For dining out, you need to wear a mask in until you are seated and have ordered. If you plan to attend an outdoor concert, masks are required in groups of 50 or more where social distancing is not practical.
At the cabin, on the river, high on a mountain top – masks are not needed. Enjoy the wilderness and the Montana mountain air – just be safe in public.
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