Clothing & Gear
What to Bring to Camp
One Week campers (1W) should note special instructions in brackets
* Indicates items that may be purchased at camp
- Comb or brush
- 2 Sets of twin sheets
- 4 Towels* and bath cloths – quick dry towels are preferred
- 1 Pillow
- 1 Blanket*
- 1 Sleeping bag
- 1 Sweater or fleece pullover
- 1 Sweatshirt*
- 1 Raincoat or poncho*
- 3 Bathing suits (1W-2)
- 2 Pairs of blue jeans (1W-1)
- 2 Pairs of tennis shoes
- 7 Pairs of shorts any color
- 7 Shirts any color*
- 2 Laundry bags, able to be washed/dried with your camper’s name* (1W-1)
- 7 Pairs of underwear and socks
- 1 Pair water sandals with heel straps (very important for wet days and playing in the creek)
- Non-aerosol sunscreen and non-aerosol bug repellent
- Water bottle*
- Stationery, stamps, writing materials in a Ziploc bag
- Books to read during rest hour (summer reading?)
- Bible (optional)
- 1 long sock for Sock War!
- One nicer outfit suitable for a camp dance
- All items should be marked permanently with the camper’s full name.
- Items marked with an asterisk * may be purchased from camp
- We recommend that you spray your camper’s clothes with an insect repellent designed for clothing before you pack them in her luggage. This will last through several washes.
- Flip flops may be worn in the cabin only. Water sandals may be worn throughout camp.
Things Not to Bring
Cell phones, electronic readers, money, weapons, music or listening devices, vehicles (yes, we had to say this!), food, large knives, fireworks, tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs and other dangerous items, bicycles and similarly large sporting equipment, animals, or anything else uniquely valuable that you would hate to lose!
Make 2 lists of the items in your camper’s luggage. Give one to your camper and one to his counselor and label everything!