Packing Notes for ALL Camps
The following two lists of what TO bring and what NOT to bring apply to all summer camp programs.
What TO Bring to Camp
- Sleeping Bag or Twin-sized Bedding*
- Jacket or Sweatshirt
- T-shirts, Shorts
- Clothes that can get dirty/wet
- Raincoat or Poncho
- Swimsuits (girls, one piece only)
- Bath & Pool Towel
- 1 pair of long pants
- Laundry Bag
- Tennis shoes
- Extra shoes that can get dirty/wet
- Shower Shoes (flip flops)
- Sunscreen, Chapstick, Bug spray
- Notepad & Pen or Pencil
- Bible (if you have one)
- Water Bottle*
* = required items
Please mark all of your camper’s belongings before coming to camp!
What NOT to Bring
Campers should NOT bring any of the following items to camp. If a camper brings anything listed below the item will be confiscated and either sent home or held until the end of the session. Additionally, campers found in possession of weapons, drugs, alcohol or drug paraphernalia will immediately be dismissed from camp and the item(s) will not be returned.
- cell phones
- electronic games
- DVD players
- water guns
- Please do not bring any valuable items to camp, as campers tend to forget, lose track of, or misplace things.
Bringing Your Own Food
In order to prevent pests we do not allow campers to bring their own food. However, if your child has certain food allergies or conditions that would prohibit them from eating our meals, please call our office at 443-712-1010 to discuss your options with our Food Service Director.
Additional Items for SPECIFIC Camps
Water bottle and closed-toe shoes (leave in cubby all week). Swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, change of clothes, and white tshirt for tie-dye (optional). *Must wear long pants & closed-toe shoes for horses (no crocs).
Hiking shoes/boots, flashlight, sleeping bag (require), bug repellant (preferably with DEET), inexpensive backpack (optional, for carrying personal items to bathroom/ca rain suit/poncho, mp, etc.)
Horsemanship/ Trailriding/ Extreme Rancher Camp:
Boots with a heel (preferably western), long-sleeved shirts, and jeans or long pants for riding. All Horsemanship and Trail Riding participants must bring a sleeping bag.
Camper Dress Code
We ask that all campers wear modest clothing while at camp. In instances where the appropriateness of certain clothing is in question we reserve the right to ask campers to change their attire. We expect parents to help us by making sure campers pack appropriately. Clothing should not display any offensive language/message or drug/alcohol related graphics.
- Cover the entire back (i.e., no cutout backs, no shirts that tie in back).
- Cover the midriff area (bottom of the shirt must meet the top of the lower attire at all times).
- Cover Undergarments and not be see-through.
- Fit modestly so that chest area is covered.
- Have two straps, one on each shoulder (no tube tops, halter tops or spaghetti straps). Tank top straps must be 2-4 inches wide and must completely cover undergarments.
- Skirts, and shorts should not be excessively short. It is expected that skirts/shorts will cover mid thigh when sitting down.
- Pants must cover undergarments at all times.
- Girls should wear a modest, one-piece swimsuit that covers the upper chest and is not high cut (tankinis that completely cover the belly are fine).