What to Bring to Camp

We hope you will find this packing list helpful as you get your camper ready for an incredible week of camp.

If you have any questions, please contact our office at 231.275.7329.
  • Bible
  • Notebook
  • Pen

  • Modest one-piece bathing suit
  • Swim suit cover-up for walking to & from the waterfront
  • Beach towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Footwear to wear to & from waterfront

  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Towels
  • Tooth brush & toothpaste

  • Clothes for activities
  • Be prepared for cool and rainy weather
  • Long pants or jeans
  • Closed toed shoes (tennis shoes/sneakers)
  • At least one other pair of shoes

  • Pillow
  • Warm bedding for a twin bed
  • A sleeping bag is best

  • Insect repellant
  • Flashlight
  • Spending money for Red Canoe
  • Spending money for Laura’s Crafts
  • Juniors & Jump Start campers will bank their spending money at the Red Canoe

Additional Items to Pack – Program Specific

In addition to the items mentioned above, if your camper is in one of the following programs below they will need the listed additional items specific to their program.
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  • Bog clothes: Long pants, t-shirt, and closed toed shoes. Please note, these clothes will likely not be worth bringing home.
  • An extra pair of sandals with a back strap or an extra pair of closed-toe shoes for the Riverwalk and Tube Float. Flip-flops are not a viable option for these activities.

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  • Please be sure they have long pants, a t-shirt they can tuck into their pants, and closed toed shoes for High Adventure & Challenge Course activities.

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  • Be sure to pack sandals with a back strap, a pair of shorts, and shirt to be worn over their bathing suit while rafting.
  • A set of warm clothes for nighttime.
  • Long pants, a t-shirt they can tuck into their pants, and closed toed shoes for High Adventure & Challenge Course activities.

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  • Senior High campers will experience “Fight Night” and will need shorts and a shirt that will cover their bathing suit for this activity (these clothes may not be worth bringing home).
  • Long pants, a t-shirt they can tuck into their pants, and closed toed shoes for High Adventure & Challenge Course activities.