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Packing List

“What should I pack?” We can help answer that question.

  • Deodorant
  • Plastic tub or drawers to pack your things in
  • Large box fan or two.
    • While each cabin has an exhaust fan, cabins are not air-conditioned. At least one fan (box or on a stand) is important! Some may bring two fans and point them directly at their bed. But, please be aware that hammering into the walls and beams are not permitted (ground rules). Bungees can be helpful in rigging up fans for those on the top bunk, especially. Counselors can also be helpful in this set up
  • Handheld fan (have at social hour or worship)
  • Extension cord
  • Bungee cords
  • Camp chair – if you don’t want to sit in a metal chair during worship
  • Bible 
  • Flashlight
  • Bug spray / sunscreen 
  • Hat or visor 
  • Bathmat for next to your bed
  • Wet wipes for your feet when getting into bed
  • Book, journal, or other quiet time activities if you won’t nap during rest time
  • Tennis shoes
  • Flip flops for the shower
  • Daytime athletic wear – 6 pairs of athletic shorts & 6 t-shirts (one per day)
  • 5 casual outfits for the evenings (we shower before dinner and try to look a little nicer for evening activities… think jean shorts and a clean shirt.)
  • 1 “Sunday Best” outfit for the Friday night banquet. (most girls wear a dress, skirt or romper, and most guys wear jeans, or khaki shorts and a polo, etc.)
  • Swimsuit and cover up 
  • 2 towels – beach towel and shower towel
  • Toiletries and shower caddy 
  • Pillow, fitted sheet, light blanket, a top sheet (if you want even lighter coverage in the heat) for a twin bed.
  • Foam mattress pad or a thick blanket to cushion the plastic mattress
  • Water bottle or camelbak 
  • Baseball glove – there are opportunities to play sports each day- softball, basketball, volleyball, etc. – pack accordingly 
  • Musical instrument – if you want to play one during social hour

We don’t allow campers to have cell phones while at camp. An important part of being TOGETHER is not allowing the outside to pull us away or distract us. There are two options with camper cell phones at time of check-in: 1)leave with mom or dad or whomever is bringing you 2)turn off and leave with your head counselor who will keep them organized by cabin and secure all week