Fontenelle Forest covid-19 guidelines
Please read our current guidelines below to know what to expect before visiting the Forest.
- If you feel ill, please stay home. For the safety of our members, guests, volunteers, and Fontenelle Forest staff, we respectfully ask that if you feel sick, have a fever, or are exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19, please stay home and visit the Forest at another time when you are feeling well.
- Masks are currently optional inside the building. The Forest is mask-friendly, which means that we ask all guests to respect the decision of others to wear a mask. The Forest also reserves the right to implement a mask requirement at any time for the safety of our members, guests and staff.
- Camps: All camps follow the Forest’s current COVID-19 policy including our mask policy listed above. Campers and counselors will be able to wash or sanitize their hands throughout the day. Our camp activities allow for distance between campers and discourage physical contact. For additional details about camps, click here.
You can purchase daily admission or renew your membership in the following ways:
- Online at FontenelleForest.org/Visit.
- Over the phone with a credit/debit card by calling 402-731-3140.
- Cash can be placed in the admission box (through the access gate and to your left at Fontenelle Forest Nature Center). Neale Woods and other locations have a lockbox where you can pay daily admission.
- Cash or credit/debit card can be accepted at the Visitor Services desk inside the Nature Center.
Purchase a membership or daily admission online or by calling Visitor Services at 402-731-3140.
Questions? Call Visitor services at 402-731-3140.
pROGRAM AND EVENT updates/CANCELLATIONS
Fontenelle Forest is open. For an updated list of events, visit FontenelleForest.org/calendar.
For questions, please call our Visitor Services desk at 402-731-3140.
reducing the risk to yourself and others
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and its partners continue to track the unfolding outbreak of illness caused by the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and anticipate its impact on Nebraska and its health care system. You can reduce the risk to yourself and others by closely monitoring the situation and following the guidelines set forth by local, state and national health agencies.
Additional Trusted Resources
Click on the links below to find the most up-to-date information regarding Covid-19 from trusted local and national resources.