Building on what @Prish said, knowing whether the OS would fall under that Contextual Subgenre (or under The Present) would require more context.
At the same time, your story reminds me of an example story in @ArmandoSaldanamora’s book “Dramatica for Screenwriters.” It revolves around a haunted lodge near the new summer cottage belonging to MC Sarah Wilson and her family. Against her parents’ will (and anyone’s better judgement), Sarah goes into the woods to find a stranger boy she met earlier and after arriving at the haunted lodge, she finds a skeleton (Armando goes into more detail in the book, and the idea of providing sufficient context is actually the purpose of the example story). Funnily enough, the Story Goal is also The Present (stated in the back of the book).
Ultimately, context is everything when it comes to defining the conflict in story.
“Dramatica for Screenwriters” by Armando Saldaña-Mora