What to Bring to Camp!


Clothing

Be aware that camp is hard on clothing and equipment because of uneven trails, weather and very active days. Please only bring one bag or suitcase.

  • Sweatshirt or jacket (think about multiple layers for winter months).
  • Swimsuit
  • Two T-Shirts
  • Two Pairs of Shorts
  • One Pair of Pants
  •  Pajamas
  • Underwear/Socks
  • Closed Toed Shoes for Hiking

Bedding

A sleeping bag and pillow will be provided for each camper.

Optional:

  • Pillow
  • Comfort Item (Stuffed Animal etc., no electronics). 
  • Twin Sheets
  • Blanket

Toiletries

Please note that if you do not have these there is no need to purchase them, the camp can provide them.


Otherwise, plan to bring:

  • Deodorant
  • Soap
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrush
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Miscellaneous Items

  • Sunscreen
  • Bug Spray
  • Hat, Visor, Sunglasses
  • Flashlight (optional)
  • Medication (SEE medication policy on "Parents" tab)
  • No pets permitted other than licensed service animals.
**NO CASH IS NEEDED**

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DO NOT BRING:

No cameras: We will have a designated photographer who is aware of the rules regarding confidentiality.

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No Food, candy, drinks or snacks: Treats in open bags are an invitation for rodents, and ants to come eat.

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No Electronic Devices (toys, games, CD players, iPods, iPads or tablets, cell phones (see phone policy on "Parents" tab). 

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No drugs, alcohol, or weapons, including pocketknives.