What to Bring

All items apply to campers, parents, and sponsors attending camp.

Clothing

  • Tennis shoes
  • Flip-flops or water shoes (for the water park, Swim Center, and West Campus)
  • Jacket/sweater for ice skating
  • Socks
  • Sleepwear

Bedding & Other Items

  • Medicine
    • All routine or as-needed prescription medications must be kept and administered by the camp nurse, and upon request, the camp nurse can also keep/administer any over-the-counter medications, vitamins/supplements, or essential oils your camper brings. An Authorization for Administration of Medication form is required for any medications, vitamins/supplements, or essential oils that will be kept by the camp nurse.
    • Medications should be in the original containers and placed in a clear, resealable bag with the camper’s name clearly noted.
  • Pillow
  • Sleeping bag or twin sheets and blanket
  • Towels and washcloths
  • Laundry bag
  • Toiletries (hand soap, shampoo and conditioner, toothpaste, body wash, etc.)
  • Umbrella or rain jacket
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle
  • Spending money (for Campus Store, Common Grounds Café, The Hub, The Hut, The Palms, the Pelican, the Gearbox, vending machines, paintball, West Campus, Escape Room, axe throwing)
  • Bible
  • Notebook and pen

Note: Campers are permitted to bring cell phones; however, we encourage these to be used for communication purposes only.

Don’t Bring

  • Weapons of any kind such as guns (including toy guns), tasers, stun guns, knives (3″ or smaller pocketknives allowed), or pepper spray
  • Hazardous items such as combustible fluids, lighters, laser pointers, candles, candle warmers, incense, or fireworks
  • Tobacco products (including chewing tobacco, e-cigarettes, and other vaping devices), alcoholic beverages, and any illegal drugs
  • Entertainment items such as televisions, gaming consoles, computers, laptops, tablets, DVDs, movies, headphones, or ear buds.
  • Items with divisive symbols
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