- Air mattress, cot, or foam pad (twin-size)
- Sleeping bag or sheets
- Blanket and pillow
- Towels and washcloths
- Modest swimsuit and shower shoes
- Toothpaste and toothbrush
- Soap and shampoo
- Any prescription medications
- Laundry/plastic bags (for dirty clothing)
- Long pants or jeans
- Modest shorts
- Work t-shirts
- Pajamas, socks, and underwear
- Work boots or sturdy shoes
- Water bottle (refillable, to be used at your work site)
- Personal health insurance card or copy
- Tools from the Tool List
- Bandanas, a hat, or visor
- Insect repellent
- GPS* (recommended for drivers)
- Rain gear*
- Musical instruments*
- Fans* (most schools do not have AC)
- Alarm clock* (battery-powered)
- Spending money*
- Games for free time*
- Pen/pencil for program and devotions
AS A GROUP:
- 1 first-aid kit for every vehicle
- 1 5-gallon water jug for every 6 people
- 1 large cooler (on wheels is preferred) for every 6 people
COMMUNITY GIFT: We asked each camp location for a specific need in their community. Your group’s mission: have FUN collecting as much of the needed item as you can and bring it to camp with you!
Check on your customer account, under “Helpful Resources, and then Schedule, Menu and Packing”, to see your camp’s requested item. Your gift will be meeting a specific need in the community you are serving–thank you in advance!
- Involve your congregation, friends and even your local businesses in the effort.
- Is transportation a problem? Purchase your community gifts when you arrive.
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
- Alcohol, tobacco products, or illegal drugs
- Expensive clothes or jewelry
- Anything really valuable
- Fireworks, weapons, or toy guns
- Skimpy or revealing clothes
- Please bring clothes that are appropriate in any situation. Longer shorts, t-shirts, modest swimsuits, etc.
For security reasons, it’s best to leave these items at home. However, we do understand that they are great for capturing moments, sharing life, and communicating back home. If you decide to bring any of these items, don’t let them distract from your experience. How can you be tethered to your devices and expect God to work in unexpected ways? If you decide to bring them, be sure to put them away during the programs and on your work sites.