Items for Camp

What to Bring to Camp

Proper clothing is vitally important to a comfortable stay at camp. We run activities rain or shine. Please make sure that every piece of clothing is marked with the camper’s name. The items most often left at camp are: dirty laundry in unmarked pillow cases, pillows, towels (at the beach), socks, and underwear. Help your camper to identify his/her belongings and keep them organized. Closets are not available at camp, so it is suggested campers have sturdy storage for their personal belongings.

• Sleeping bag or blanket
• Bottom sheet (if not using a sleeping bag) • Pillow and pillowcases (2)

• Pajamas (Bathrobe is optional)
• 2 sets of socks and underwear per day (in case they become wet from outdoor activities) 

• Daily supply of t-shirts/blouses
• Several pairs of shorts (not too short)
• Jeans or pants (1-2 pair)
• Sweater / Sweatshirt / Summer Jacket
• Bathing Suit (nothing revealing, one piece suits are advised for females)
• Raincoat / Poncho
• Two pairs of shoes (Bring an old pair of shoes that can get wet and dirty)

Personal Articles
• Toothpaste and toothbrush
• 2-3 bath towels and washcloths • Comb and brush
• Soap and shampoo
• Kleenex and Chapstick
• Sunscreen

General Equipment
• Flashlight and extra batteries
• Laundry Bag (labeled with camper’s name)

 • Water Bottle (labeled with camper’s name) 

• Bug Repellent

Optional Equipment
• Sandals or open shoes for showering only
• Pencil / Pen and Journal / Notebook
• Bible
• Camera and film (labeled with camper’s name) 

• Book
• Hat
• A couple plastic garbage bags


Please Do Not Bring: Radios, CD players, iPods, knives, jewelry, food, candy, gum, matches, cigarettes, firearms and archery equipment, curling irons, blow dryers, unnecessary toys, electrical equipment, or electronic games.

*Acceptions will be made for electronic items to help manage behaviors and communicate.