Prepare for Camp

WHAT TO BRING

Items needed for a great camping experience.

Bible
Toiletries
Bug Spray
Light Jacket
Notebook
Sunscreen
Hiking Boots
Backpack
Pencil
Pillow / Pillow Case
Flashlight
Tennis Shoes
Water bottle
Waterproof Flip-flops
Sleeping Bag / Sheets & Blanket
Towels & Wash Cloths

DRESSING FOR CAMP

Bring clothes appropriate for the activities, weather, and modesty for camp.

Clothes appropriate for camping are imperative for a fun and comfortable experience. This means good shoes for running & hiking, waterproof flipflops for the showers, warmer clothes for cool evenings, rain jacket, shorts, jeans, comfortable tshirts, and pajamas.Remember modesty is important in keeping with a Christian testimony. Short are expected.to be an appropriate length and no tank tops or midriffs. Campers are advised to bring nicer clothes for evening chapel and banquet night.

EXTRA MONEY

Crafts, Offerings, Snacks and Souvenirs.

Campers are encouraged to bring money for snack shop, crafts, souvenirs, and offerings. While campers are responsible for their possessions, extra money is not permitted in the campers cabins.All monies will be deposited in the Camp Bank where the campers will be able to access throughout the week, and at the end of the week refunds will be returned to the campers. Campers will be able to purchase soft drinks, candy and souvenirs at the snack shop, and a variety of craft projects during camp.

WHAT TO NOT BRING

Items that will detract from the camp experience.

iPods / MP3 Players
Comic Books / Magazines
Pocket Knives
Any Electronic Devices*
Radios / CD Players
Guns / Weapons**
Snacks***
Cell Phones / Smart Phones
* Alarm clocks only are permitted, but the counselor must approve campers wishing to wake up earlier than the morning bell.
** Bow & arrows are permitted, but will be held by the director for the duration of camp and used only during archery hours.
*** Unless needed for dietary restrictions