Hello from Valhalla!
We pray you and yours are well in this time of uncertainty.
We will be opening May 15, 2021. Some things need to stay in place since 2020 to keep everyone safe! We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
First of all, we ask that if you or anyone in your party is ill, that you STAY HOME.
Or if you decide you don’t want to risk coming, please call and cancel. A refund of your deposit is easily managed; just let us know as soon as possible.
The cabins will be fully disinfected after each use. To accomplish this, we will need extra cleaning time and a night sitting empty. This year,
CHECK-IN is SATURDAY at 4:00pm
CHECK-OUT is FRIDAY at NOON
(Please do NOT come early or ask to stay late.)
You will need to bring your own bedding, or sleeping bag, and pillows. The cabins will not have any sheets, blankets or pillows. Kitchens will be furnished with a reduced amount of plates, glasses, utensils, pots and pans. Guests are asked to take care of all their garbage by bringing it to the dumpster. Please leave nothing in the cabin when you check out. All food must be taken home or disposed of.
If you bring your own boat, we are again this year directing you to the Public Access for launch, according to the wishes of the lake residents and our fellow resorts. A county employee will be there to check for invasive species. We all feel we must be diligent in this area! Therefore, we are not allowing boats to be launched from Valhalla.
The central shower and bathroom/laundry at the main house will remain CLOSED ALL SUMMER. We regret this necessity. We family feel the need to keep Norma Jean as safe as possible and are sure you will agree! We ask that you remain outside when visiting with her. No hugs this year – that will be so strange!
However, Valhalla is a natural place for “social distancing” and soul healing, so if you are able to spend time here this summer, that’s wonderful and we welcome you!
As rural as we are, we must acknowledge that there is still risk involved, and our guests, by staying in our cabins, take that risk upon themselves. Valhalla takes no responsibility for any illness.
While you are here, we ask everyone to abide by the “Golden Rule”:
~ “Treat people the same way you want them to treat you.” ~
Thank you in advance for your thoughtful consideration and again, we are sorry that the times require these changes.
Tamie, Stephen, Norma Jean, and the Valhalla family.