Preparing For Camp

It's very important to send an ample supply of prescribed medications with detailed instructions for their dosage and use. All medications should be in their original containers. Children should bring inexpensive clothing, shoes, toiletries, jackets, etc. For those parents driving their child to camp, detailed directions are provided.

Don't forget to give your child plenty of stationery and cards to write home! Stamps, too. Included in your confirmation packet will be information on how to contact your child/ren via email.

Dances are held several times during the weeks of camp. Your child may want to bring along some fun, inexpensive "dress-up" clothes.

Suggested Clothing and Equipment List for One Session

  • Suitcase or Duffel Bag

  • Raincoat or Poncho with hat
  • Pillow
  • 8 pairs of socks
  • 1 Warm Jacket
  • 8 pairs of underpants
  • 2 Sweaters or sweatshirts
  • 1-2 Swimsuits
  • 1-2 Pairs of jeans
  • Bath Towel
  • 5-6 Pairs of shorts
  • Toilet articles in containers
  • 7 Shirts (2 long-sleeve)
  • Sunglasses
  • 1 Hat/cap
  • Favorite toy
  • 2 Pairs of shoes (sneakers a must)
  • Sleeping bag (or sheets and blanket)
  • 2 Pairs of pajamas medium weight
  • 1 Pair flip flops

We are not responsible for lost or torn clothing or personal property. However, we will make every effort to locate same.

Marking or labeling is highly recommended.  It helps us to identify found articles. If anything of value is left behind, email or call us as soon as possible.

Camp is a great place to wear out your old clothes such as jeans, sweatshirts or shorts. We do not require any special uniforms or equipment.

Desirable, but not necessary:

  • Bug spray
  • Camera 
  • Flashlight
  • Reading material
  • Paper/stamps/pens

Please leave your cellphone home. Do not bring any electronic games, radios etc. Expensive clothing or jewelry is not needed.