Bellaboo's COVID-19 Reopening Information
Bellaboo's is back!
Updated Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM - 3 PM. Saturday & Sunday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Closed Mondays (except for events).
Know Before You Go
Masks Are still required at Bellaboo's. The Lake County Commissioners extended the mask mandate an additional 30 days (to be reviewed 4/30/21) in all Lake County Government buildings and facilities. As a facility of the Lake County Parks, that includes us! If you are playing outside and able to social distance you are welcome to take a mask break, but while indoors everyone over 2 should plan to wear a mask*.
Feeling Sick? We hope it goes without saying but if you are sick or have been in close contact with someone who is or has been sick (with COVID or anything else!) please plan to visit when you’re well again.
Keep Your Distance From the moment you approach the building you’ll find markers helping you identify a safe distance from other families. Please help maintain this. Additionally, if you find a play area is getting crowded, please help us by redirecting your child to another play opportunity. We have ACRES of space to spread out!
Keep it Clean A clean facility has ALWAYS been of the utmost importance at Bellaboo’s! We’ve worked hard to adapt and enhance our cleaning procedures. However, we all know that things can get messy again quickly with kids. If you ever feel an area needs extra attention please let someone know.
Additionally, we’ve added some Clean-It-Yourself stations if you wanted to wipe anything down before or after your child interacts with it. Please just be sure to return these items to their appropriate spots so that they stay out of reach of little hands.
Attendance We will continually monitor attendance to stay well below 50% occupancy. Currently, we are not requiring advance reservations outside of events and parties.
What’s Different? A few things. The ball pit and face painting are closed indefinitely. Scheduled activities are being added regularly.
*We know masks can be tricky for some little ones, especially those with sensory sensitivities. If your child needs a mask break indoors, we understand. Just please be mindful of those around you and try to take your break when you're able to give others as much space as possible. Thank you!
I have a question!
From additional hand sanitizer stations to daily health screenings for staff there’s plenty more we’re doing to help keep you safe! If there’s anything not covered here that you’d like more information on don’t hesitate to reach out. As we finish getting everything ready we’re not always near the phone, but we do have staff checking emails regularly.
Click here to fill out an information request form.