At Flushing Farms we care about the health and well being of our customers and community. To that end, we are taking the precautions outlined below to keep you safe, especially in light of recent developments with Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Here’s how we’re committed to keeping our customers safe:
- Our staff will be wearing masks.
- We require all visitors to wear masks at these locations: Check-in, Check-out Registers, on the Hayride and in bounce houses.
- We will be taking temperatures at the door.
- The Red Barn will be closed to visitors this season. All sales will be conducted outdoors and the Red Barn will be for employees only.
- We’ve doubled our parking lot size to allow you more room to park and keep safe distances.
- We’ve doubled our play area size to allow for adequate social distancing.
- We’ve widened the paths in our larger mazes from 6 feet to 8 feet to accommodate social distancing within the mazes.
- We’ll have hand sanitizer stations set up throughout the farm to encourage sanitation.
- We’ll be taking extra sanitation precautions with our attractions to ensure your safety.
We encourage you to take every precaution to keep yourself and others safe. You can help stop the spread of viruses in the following ways:
- Stay home when you or your family members are sick.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
- If you run into someone you know at Flushing Farms, we recommend you greet each other with smiles and waves instead of handshakes or hugs.
- Cover your face when sneezing or coughing and get in the habit of not touching your face.
- If you are returning from a high-alert area, we urge you to consider refraining from visiting the farm for the recommended 14-day time frame.
This is what we know at this point time and will keep you updated as additional information becomes available from public health officials.
In the meantime, please go to https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html or https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus for the most current information.