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Frequently Asked Questions - Wingate By Wyndham Columbia, MO

A: Wingate By Wyndham Columbia is actively monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local city health department policies and the World Health Organization's guidelines regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We have best practices in place to ensure the well-being of guests and employees.
We have enhanced and frequent cleaning and sanitizing protocols in rooms and common areas. All staff are well trained in cleaning and safe social distancing. All employees wear masks and wash hand regularly. We have barriers at check-in and credit card machines are sanitized after each guest.
A: The outdoor pool and fitness center are open on a sign up by room reservation basis only for guests' health and safety. Each room is allowed 45 minutes of use. Our team disinfects the pool and fitness center after each guest use.
A: Guests are required to wear masks at check-in and in common areas of the hotel to prevent the spread of covid-19 and keep our environment safe. All hotel employees wear face masks and are required to wash and sanitize their hands regularly. We also maintain responsible social distancing and have barriers at the front desk.
A: There are many attractions and outdoor activities open in Columbia for family fun, including beautiful state parks and lakes:
  • Rock Bridge Memorial State Park
  • Fingers Lakes State Park
  • The ARC (Activity & Recreation Center)
  • Columbia SkatePark
  • Albert-Oakland Family Aquatic Center
  • Douglass Family Aquatic Center
  • City of Columbia Playgrounds
  • Stephens Lake Park
  • Flat Branch Park
  • Douglass Park
  • L. A. Nickell Golf Course
A: Columbia, MO offers many scenic walking, hiking, running and biking trails in parks throughout the city. A few of our favorite trails are:
  • Rock Bridge Memorial State Park & Devil's Icebox Trail
  • Fingers Lakes State Park
  • Bear Creek Trail
  • Bonnie View Nature Sanctuary
  • Katy Trail -one of the nation's longest rails-to-trails parks
A: You can go fishing on Columbia's parkland lakes and ponds brimming with channel catfish, crappie, trout, and black bass. The best fishing spots in Columbia are:
  • Finger Lakes State Park
  • Stevens Lake Park
  • Twin Lakes Recreation Area
  • Cosmo-Bethel Park
  • Philips Park Lake
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