What To Bring

Camper Packing List

Please label all of your belongings!

*Keeping track of your clothes and gear is your responsibility*

All firearms, bows, knives and medications will be held under lock and key by the staff. 
 Space is limited, so try not to over-pack! 
 Campers will not need electronics such as iPods, cell phones, gaming systems, etc. If electronics are brought to camp, these items will be checked in and held by camp staff for the duration of camp.  Each camper will receive his Hunter’s Safety Certification during camp, so please bring his Social Security card, as this is required by the state. If your camper already has his certification make sure and bring it at check-in.

  • Bible 
and Notebook
  • Duffel bag or Footlocker to hold your belongings
  • Clothes for the duration of camp
  • Six complete outfits- comfortable shirts, shorts or jeans, socks and underwear. Please pack items that will not cause undue stress if torn, stained, broken or misplaced!
  • Swimsuit
  • Swim shoes/water shoes if you want them
  • Boots and other closed toe shoes
  • Camo clothing for hunting
 including long pants
  • A light jacket or hoodie (just in case)
  • Laundry bag that can hang on a bedpost (dirty clothes can really pile up!)
  • Pillow and Sleeping bag or sheets and blanket
  • Towels for swimming and showering
  • Hat/Cap
  • Flashlight
  • Water bottle and/or Camel back
  • Firearm (if you choose to bring one) and plenty of Ammo
  • Toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush and tooth paste, etc)
  • Sun block and bug spray
  • Camera (no phone cameras!)
  • Personal medications (will be checked in to staff and administered by staff)
  • All hunting and fishing equipment (including license)
  • Folding camp chair
  • Paintball equipment and clothing
 if desired
  • Personal snacks and drinks
  • Spending cash for T-shirt and or hat
  • Pajamas- or something to sleep in

If you would like to print out the camper packing list please click on the following link.
Camper Packing List

“Experts have said experiencing nature makes kids kinder and more generous. In recent weeks, an Atlantic Monthly article also pointed to the fact that taking risks makes kids more resilient and confident.”

– Online article, “Kid Culture and Camp. What’s influencing todays kids and how you can respond.” February/March 2014 www.ccca.org