WHAT TO PACK

Please make sure that all of your camper’s items are clearly marked with first and last names.

Horseback, Rock & Raft, and Highschoolers:

RESIDENTIAL

Clothes

Short-sleeved shirts

Long-sleeved shirt

Shorts

Socks & underwear

Pajamas

Light jacket & hat

Swimsuit - functional for camp activities (1 piece or tankini)

Raincoat or poncho

Face mask

Shoes

Tennis shoes OR hiking shoes 

Athletic sandals or shoes that can get wet

Flip flops (permissible only at the pool)

Bedding

Bed linens & blanket OR sleeping bag (for twin size beds) 

Sleeping bag -Duskys only (for campout | please do not bring hammocks)

Pillow

Toiletries 

2 Towels, washcloth, soap, shampoo

Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss

comb/brush

Insect Repellent

Sunscreen

Gear

Backpack

Water Bottle

Flashlight/Headlamp (extra batteries)

Medication

Bring all medication to be used by the camper during their session in the original bottle/packaging with directions from a doctor for administration. 

Optional

Western-themed outfit for the hoedown

Fishing pole

Notebook & pen/pencil

A book to read

Rain pants

Stamps for letter writing

DAY

Clothes

Wear camp clothes for the day

Bring a full change of clothes (including shoes)

Hat

Swimsuit - functional for camp activities (1 piece or tankini)

Raincoat or poncho

Face mask

Shoes

​Tennis shoes OR hiking shoes 

Athletic sandals or shoes that can get wet 

Gear

Backpack

Water Bottle

Insect Repellent

Sunscreen

Towel

Face mask 

Lunch

Medication

Bring all medication to be used by the camper during their session in the original bottle/packaging with directions from a doctor for administration. 

Optional

Hand sanitizer

Fishing pole

Rain pants

Flip flops (permissible only at the pool)

DO NOT BRING
(Residential and Day)

Cell phones or other smart devices

Any portable electronic device and expensive cameras

Hammocks

Alcohol, Drugs & Weapons

Animals of any kind

Personal sports equipment (except as noted in packing list)

Cash

Toys

Vehicles

Drones

Anything politically affiliated 

LOST AND FOUND

It is your camper's responsibility to keep up with the items they bring.

 Please make sure that all of your camper’s items are clearly marked with first and last names.
Clearly labeled items will be held for two weeks. If you realize your camper has left something, lost and found is available for parents & guardians to look through. 

 
 

Specialty Camps

These lists are in addition to or highlight the lists above

 

HORSEBACK RIDING MAJOR

Boots or hard soled shoes with a definitive heel. Paddock style boots or cowboy boots are good. Sneakers are not appropriate footwear for riding. Camp has boots in most sizes to loan.
Long Pants or jeans are required for riding. Campers can change into shorts for other activities. See more

ULTIMATE MOUNTAIN 

ADVENTURE

ROCK & RAFT

Loose-fitting, non-restrictive shorts and shirt for climbing
Swimsuit and synthetic (non-cotton) shirt for rafting
Shoes that can be worn in water: water shoes, old tennis shoes, or sandals that strap around the foot and heel
Closed toed shoes for day use
Sleeping bag
Sleeping pad*
Flashlight/Headlamp (extra batteries)
Rain gear
Sunscreen
Water Bottle

(*) camp can provide

This is a comprehensive list. Please use this list in place of the ones above.

Clothes

3-4 T-shirts

2-3 Synthetic (non-cotton) T-shirts

1-2 Long sleve

1 Midweight jacket

3-4 Shorts (synthetic when possible)

1 Long pants (synthetic, not jeans)

Underwear

2 Synthetic hiking socks (recomended)

Swimsuit - functional for camp activities (1 piece or tankini, for rafting)

Raincoat

Hat 

1 set of warm clothes that can get very dirty during caving at 55 degrees (may be cotton)

Shoes

​Hiking boots or comparable Trail shoe 

Shoes that can be worn in water: water shoes, old tennis shoes, or sandals that strap around the foot and heel

Shoes for caving that are seperate from the other pairs, must be closed toed and can get very dirty.

Toiletires 

Towel, soap, shampoo

Toothbrush, toothpaste

comb/brush

Gear

Day pack - a backpack that can carry snacks, water bottle, lunch

Sleeping bag (40 deg. or below recommended)

Portable sleeping pad*

(*) camp can provide

Water bottles or hydration pack (minimum 2L)

Flashlight/Headlamp (extra batteries)

Insect repellent

Sunscreen

Towel

Medication

Bring all medication to be used by the camper during their session in original bottle/packaging with directions from a doctor for administration. 

LIT 2

Hiking boots or comparable trail shoes and non-cotton hiking socks
Shoes that can be worn in water: water shoes, old tennis shoes, or sandals that strap around the foot and heel
Synthetic (non-cotton) clothing for backpacking
Sleeping bag
Sleeping pad*
Hiking backpack* (minimum 40L) 
Flashlight/Headlamp (extra batteries)
Rain gear
Clothing and neccesities for 2 weeks of camp
2 Water Bottles                                   (*)camp can provide

WRANGLER

Boots or hard soled shoes with a definitive heel
Long pants or jeans
Sleeping bag 
Flashlight/Headlamp (extra batteries)
Rain coat
Sunscreen
Riding helmet if you have one - one will be provided if no
Water Bottle