Camp Packing List
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- Bible, not electronic*
- Pencil & Notebook
- Day-wear, please refer to the Dress Code segment below
- Evening-wear, such as a Sweatshirt, Jacket, and Pants
- Close-Toed Shoes, no Open-Toed Shoes at camp
- Sleeping Bag & Pillow
- Toiletries, Soap/Shampoo, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, 2 Towels, etc.
- Camera, not on a phone*
- Bug Spray
- Water Bottle
- Day Pack
- Cash, for Canteen
- Season-Specific Apparel
- Winter - Snow Clothes, such as a Jacket, Pants, Boots, etc.
- Summer - Swimsuit (please refer to the Dress Code segment below), Water Shoes (optional), Sunscreen
*Any Cell Phones brought to camp are to be turned in at Check-In and will be returned at Check-Out. This rule only applies to Camps & Retreats hosted for Teens and Juniors.
We have the unique opportunity to create a setting that fosters spiritual, relational, and personal growth. Your dress can help or hinder that goal, so please be modest. While this list does not include every imaginable article of clothing or fashion trend, here are some guidelines to help you keep everyone's best interest in mind.
- Tops end where bottoms begin. Your midriff belongs behind one or the other. This is the same for swimsuits. Guys and girls bring a swim-shirt if need be.
- Clothes are for covering, they should be like doors, not windows. Be sure they aren't see-through.
- Underwear belongs UNDER your other clothes. Don't show it off.
- Sleepwear is for sleeping in. Please don't wear your jammies around camp. Comfortable lounge pants are suitable for evening campfires.
- Yoga pants = doing Yoga. Biking shorts = Biking. Save the tight-fitting pants/shorts for the gym back home or cover them with a long shirt.
- And as ironic as it may sound, the longer the shorts the better. At least fingertip length please.