COVID-19 Policy

Updated 10/12/22

We have elected to require either the original vaccination card provided by the CDC, a report from a state-sponsored organization showing the date(s) of vaccination, OR a negative clinical test result for Covid-19 dated after January 10th to attend MidWinterfrolic 2023. This decision has not been made lightly and we hope all will respect this rule. Violators will not be tolerated.

An original vaccination card provided by the CDC or a report from a state-sponsored organization or a formal letter from a doctor that will show both doses of a 2-dose vaccine with the second dose being received on or before 12/30/22 (2 weeks prior) or a 1-dose vaccine being received on or before the same date. We highly recommend  boosters, but there are some issues on when and with what brand. So we are currently comfortable that an initial full vaccination is sufficient for our smaller event.


A valid COVID-19 test showing a negative result, the sample for which must have been taken after January 10th 2023.


A photo ID that matches the name on the vaccination or negative test result.

Photos that clearly show the name and date of the shot(s) will also be accepted.

Because we are a smaller event with far less attendance than a convention and much of it is a communal space, we understand that wearing and using a mask at all times can be extremely difficult. Simply put, the event is in a cabin environment where we sleep and eat together in some cozy spaces. So, MidwinterFrolic’s policy is that you must own and have on their person a mask at all times. We encourage you to wear them whenever possible, and will definitely will defend an individual’s request for others to wear masks and/or maintain social distance whenever possible. 

We understand this policy is not clear cut and dry but some of the limitations of the nature of the event, time of year, and space available make an absolute mandate very difficult to maintain so we are attempting the next best thing using the state parks example as the lead.

We believe that diligence and requiring vaccination/recent testing is a policy of prevention augmented with the best implementation available on site.

Let’s all mask up to stop transmission!