What to bring (Staff)

So you’re coming to camp and want to know what to bring. Well, you’re in the right place! Below we have
List of things that you’ll need and things that will make things a little nicer, as well as a list of things not to bring.


Bedding – Including a sleeping bag for campouts, blankets can be used during the rest of the week

Clothes – Bathing Suit and towel, t-shirts, tank tops, pants, shorts, rain gear, long pants, sweaters and bunny hugs. Towels for shower time is also recommended. Be sure to bring enough clothes to last at least the week, there is a laundry machine on site.

Shoes – sandals and closed toe shoes

Toiletries – Toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, face wash, nail clippers, Hairbrush, hair ties, and any other toiletries you so choose.

Medication – Any medications you need, please note that they will be stored in a lockbox in the nurses’ station.

Bug spray and Sunscreen

Water Bottle


Program staff – Personal computer is important.

Optional Items

Books (for yourself or camper appropriate)
Embroidery thread
Personal mug
Coffee Creamer
Personal food (to be stored in kitchen or staff room, food not allowed in cabin)
Cds – there is a cd player in each cabin
Personal alarm clock if you prefer not to use one supplied by camp
Fishing gear – will be stored in the maintenance shed
Pens and paper

Recommended left at home

Expensive jewelry

Ipod docking stations (Phones and ipods not permitted in the cabins)( Leaders In Training electronics not permitted at all and will be taken and stored in the office if you choose to bring to camp. Access to electronics will not be permitted.)


Make up

Foods containing nuts (Not permitted onsite at all)

Expensive clothing or shoes (can be damaged at camp)

Alcohol and drugs are not permitted on site