Members of BBTA;



As directed by the Chief Medical Officer of Alberta the following restrictions

will be in place at BBTA until such time they are lifted.

These guidelines have been updated to reflect further information from AHS.

Until such time that running water is available, the Board is asking ALL members

to restrict or highly limit their usage at the park.  The ability for members to follow

Alberta Health Services Pandemic guidelines is greatly reduced when proper

hygiene cannot be followed.

If you required the assistance of Brian, please call him on his cell, 

we do not want people going up to his door.

(780) 953-4183


  • Members returning from international travel whose primary home is within BBTA are legally required by law to isolate for 14 days in their RV or on their own lot.

  • We encourage all members who have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 or have developed any COVID-19 symptoms remain in self isolation at home.

  • All outhouses will be closed.

  • Playground will be closed.

  • Horseshoe pits will be closed.

  • The guest camping stalls will be closed.

  • No group camping, only one unit to be occupied per membership lot.

  • Social gatherings such as group bonfires, potlucks, happy hour, etc. are to adhere to the fifteen (15) person maximum, as well as the 2 meter spacing between attendees.

  • Boat docks and lifts will not be placed in water, until such time it can be done without violating social distancing.

  • Maintain physical distancing of 2m or 6.5 Feet.


Special attention is required for the opening and closing of our entrance gate.  Please treat this similar to a business door:

  • Wear protective gloves.

  • Wash or sanitize your hands after touching communal surfaces.

  • Hand sanitizer has been be placed at the gate for guest use.

  • Starting Friday May 15, 2020, the gate lock will be left open from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm on weekends only.



  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow.

  • Avoid touching your face.

  • Watch for COVID-19 symptoms: cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose or sore throat.

Please note that all restrictions are subject to change and for the most recent information, always check with the Alberta Government website

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