1. What should I bring?
Here is a list of suggested items campers should bring:
- Insect repellant
- Flashlight & spare batteries
- Sleeping bag & pillow
- Extra blanket
- Towel & washcloth
- Toothbrush & toothpaste
- Swim wear (one piece suits for girls, please)
- Water shoes (unfortunately there is zebra mussels in the water)
- Warm jacket & sweater
- Appropriate length shorts
- Long pants (jeans or sweat pants)
- Rain coat & boots
- Two pairs of closed toe shoes
-Bible (if you have your own and would like to bring one, great! If not, one will be provided)
2. What should I leave at home?
Please do not bring the following items to camp with you:
-Soap & shampoo (camp will provide)
-Snacks (camp will provide)
-Tank tops, short shorts, bikinis, clothing with inappropriate logos or phrases, etc.
-Matches or lighters
-Tobacco, alcohol, & drugs
-Any electronic devices, including, but not limited to radios, iPods/MP3 players, cell phones, etc. Cameras are ok; however, disposable film cameras are encouraged over digital cameras as loss or damage are always possible. Cell phone/iPod cameras are not permitted.
A Note in Regards to Shampoo
The camp will provide soap and shampoo to ensure we are all using the safest products possible for the environment.
A Note About Snacks
Please, do not send ANY snacks with your campers. Campers eat five times a day and will not go hungry. This is also a matter of safety for the following reasons:
If campers have special dietary requirements or have health reasons for requiring specialized food and for that reason you wish to send items, please detail this on the registration form and hand in any food to the camp nurse upon arrival at camp. We will safely store these items in the kitchen and make sure they are appropriately distributed to your child.