What to Bring

Getting dirty is inevitable at camp! Make sure your kids are dressed for the outdoors, and be sure to send these essentials with your child:

Pillow
Bed sheets
Light blanket
Sleeping bag (for overnight campout)
Shorts
Long pants
Light jacket or sweatshirt
Waterproof poncho
2 pairs of sturdy walking shoes
Sandals with a back strap for tubing and rafting (no Crocs or flip flops on the river)
T-shirts
Socks
One-piece swim suit
Towels
Shampoo and soap
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Brush/comb
Fan (battery-operated if possible) to attach to bunk if desired
Sunscreen
Bible
Pencil or pen
Flashlight
Camera
Laundry bag (no garbage bags)
Stationery (post cards)
Stamps
Bug spray
Water bottle
Red shirt and blue shirt for Adventure Ball
Dark clothing for Commando

We request campers be modest in their dress. Girls, no spaghetti straps or short shorts.

Be sure to label all of your child’s belongings with his or her name!

Mountaineers can opt to have their laundry done at the end of their first week at camp for $4 per load (charged to their Trading Post account).

Things Not to Bring

Comic books/magazines
iPods, iPads, e-readers
Food, candy, gum
Knives and firearms
Video games
Expensive jewelry
Alcoholic beverages
Tobacco
Non-prescription drugs
Fireworks
Cell phones
Trunks or footlockers (they take up too much space in the cabin)