What to Bring


For a quick reference on dress guidelines, download What to Bring PDF.

  • Tennis shoes
  • Flip flops (for the water park, Swim Center, and West Campus)
  • Water shoes (optional)
  • Jacket/sweater for ice skating (just in case)
  • Socks
  • Sleepwear

Bedding & Other Items

  • 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
  • Notebook
  • Pen
  • 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)
  • Bible, of course!

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


  • Modest shirts that cover the shoulders (no tight-fitting, low, spaghetti-strap, or midriff-showing shirts or shirts with writing or pictures that are contrary to biblical principles)
  • Knee-length shorts (loose-fitting walking or athletic style that come to the knee when sitting and standing)
  • Knee-length skirts, dresses, and shorts are appropriate for evening services
  • Wind/athletic pants (required if you want to rock climb)
  • Swimsuits are to be modest
  • T-shirt to wear over swimsuit (required when surfing on the FlowRider)

Note: No pants, jeans, capri pants, or short shorts. Wind/athletic pants are required for the climbing wall and permitted for ice skating and paintball (facilities provided to change prior to these activities).


  • Shirts (no cutoff sleeves or shirts with writing or pictures that are contrary to biblical principles)
  • Knee-length shorts
  • Jeans and/or wind pants (required if you want to rock climb)
  • Swim trunks

Note: Jewelry other than a watch or rings should not be worn.

Don’t Bring

  • Weapons of any kind such as guns, tasers, stun guns, knives (3″ or smaller pocketknives allowed), or pepper spray
  • Hazardous items such as combustible fluids, lighters, candles, candle warmers, incense, or fireworks
  • Entertainment items such as televisions, gaming consoles, computers, laptops, tablets, DVDs, movies, headphones, or ear buds.
  • Items with divisive symbols