Registration for Summer 2020 opens this spring!

What to Bring


  • Medicine
    If your child will be bringing medications to camp, you must submit a Medical Release form, completed by you and your healthcare professional. This form is required for any routine or as-needed prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, essential oils, or vitamins and supplements.
  • Bible
  • Pencil


  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Comb/brush
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Sunscreen

Linens and Bedding

  • One set of twin sheets or a sleeping bag
  • Blanket or light covering
  • Pillow
  • Two washcloths
  • Towels (2 or 3)


  • Insect repellent
  • Laundry bag


  • Pack play clothes for each day.
    (For younger campers, we suggest parents put daily clean clothes in ziplock bags to keep clothing organized.)
  • Sleepwear
  • Bathing suit
    (Bathing suits with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, etc. are not allowed on the water slide.)
  • Beach towel
  • Flip flops to wear to and from the pool area.
  • Tennis shoes and socks
    (Enclosed shoes are required to ride zip lines.)

What Not to Bring

  • In the spirit of traditional camping, we ask that no electronic media devices (including tablets, smart watches, etc.) or cell phones be brought to camp. Campers may bring cameras not part of another electronic device.
  • Because some campers have food allergies and other medical issues, no food for sharing (including birthday cakes, cookies, cupcakes, candy, etc.) should be brought or sent to camp.
  • To prevent items from being broken, lost, or becoming a hazard to other campers, the following items should not be brought to camp: toys, games, Legos, trading cards, playing cards, etc. Campers may bring one stuffed animal.
  • No weapons or fireworks of any kind should be brought to camp. This includes pocket knives, files, scissors, other sharp objects, matches, lighters, sparklers, firecrackers, etc.
  • No item intended for selling may be brought to camp.
  • Girls who are 11–12 years old should not wear short shorts, halter tops, or strapless tops or dresses.
  • Boys are not to wear jewelry, including earrings.
  • For safety reasons, Heelys or other shoes with wheels are not to be worn at camp.