As restrictions start loosening in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, many families are planning some much-needed time away from home. The Great Wolf Lodge in Scotrun, PA has finally reopened its doors this past Friday—just in time for the summer season.
As part of the reopening process, the Lodge has introduced their all-new Paw Pledge program. The Pledge is a company-wide initiative concerning how to keep guests safe and healthy.
Developed around public health guidelines, the Paw Pledge involves a list of sanitary policies and procedures. In addition to social distancing, guests will find hand-sanitizing stations, new means of contactless payment, and more.
“The health, safety, and well-being of our guests, pack members, and community has long been our guiding principle…” said Murray Hennessy, CEO of Great Wolf Resorts. “…We’re excited to get families back to having fun with confidence because of the new safeguards we put into place across our resorts.”
The Great Wolf Lodge in Scotrun is located in Monroe County, PA. Per guidelines set by the Pennsylvania state government, Monroe County is in the more relaxed “green phase” of virus restriction.
“During our closure we heard from countless families who said the destination they’re most looking forward to reopening is their local Great Wolf Lodge,” said Hennessy. “…There is nothing more precious to us than providing a joy-filled escape for families.”
To learn more about the Great Wolf Lodge in the Poconos, be sure to check out their website.
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