Please ensure that all paperwork requirements have been submitted.

It’s very important to send an ample supply of prescribed medications with detailed instructions for their dosage and use. All medications should be in their original containers. Children should bring inexpensive clothing, shoes, toiletries, jackets, etc. For those parents driving their child to camp, detailed directions are provided. Don’t forget to give your child plenty of stationery, cards, and stamps to write home! Included in your confirmation packet will be information on how to contact your child(ren) via email.

Camp is a great place to wear your old clothes such as jeans, sweatshirts, or shorts. We do not require any special uniforms or equipment. Dances are held several times during the weeks of camp. Your child may want to bring along some fun, inexpensive “dress-up” clothes.

We are not responsible for lost or torn clothing or personal property. However, we will make every effort to locate your lost item.

Marking or labeling is highly recommended. It helps us to identify found articles. If anything of value is left behind, email uscall us, or fill out this form as soon as possible.

Arrival Procedures:

Arrival times will be staggered and participants and families will receive their drop off time prior to arriving. Drop off times will be strictly enforced. Early arrivals will not be admitted and late arrivals may be required to wait.

Families should not plan on leaving their vehicle. Cars will pull into camp and unload in front of our check-in tent. Participants will check in with the Camp Director, then visit the medical staff to hand in medications and receive a health screening. Counselors will then help participants with luggage and bring them to their cabin.

Departure Procedures

Pick-up times will be staggered and participants and families will receive their pick-up time a week prior to arriving. Pick-up times will be strictly enforced.

Family members should not plan on leaving their vehicle. We advise all families to use the restroom prior to arrival. Families will pull into camp and park outside our check-out tent. Parents/guardians will sign their participant out with the Camp Director. Camp’s Medical Staff will return any meds. Participants will load their luggage directly into the car.

Suggested Supplies for One Session:

  • Suitcase or Duffel Bag
  • Raincoat or Poncho w/ Hat
  • 1 Warm Jacket
  • 2-3 Sweaters or Sweatshirts
  • 2-3 Pairs of Jeans
  • 5-6 Pairs of Shorts
  • 8 Shirts (2 Long-Sleeve)
  • 1-2 Hats
  • 1-2 Pairs of Shoes (Sneakers a Must)
  • 3-5 Pairs of Pajamas (Medium Weight)
  • 2-3 Towels and Soap
  • Pillow
  • 9 Pairs of Socks
  • 9 Pairs of Underpants
  • 2-3 Swimsuits
  • 2-3 Beach Towels
  • Toilet Articles in Container
  • Sunglasses
  • Sleeping Bag (or Sheets and Blanket)
  • 1 Pair of Flip Flops
  • Sunscreen
  • Laundry Bag

Desirable but Not Necessary Supplies:

  • Bug Spray
  • Flashlight
  • Paper/Stamps/Pens
  • Camera
  • Reading Material

Camp does not provide bedding.  You need to send pillows, sheets, blankets or a sleeping bag for each camper.

Camp does not provide laundry service.  Please pack enough clothing for the entire stay.  Camp is the perfect place to wear out your old clothes!  We do not require any special uniforms or equipment.

Please label ALL of your child’s belongings with their full name.  The camp is not responsible for lost, torn or stolen clothing.

The camp cannot provide secure storage for ANY expensive or irreplaceable personal items.  Personal belongings are best packed in a sturdy suitcase or duffel bag.  Please leave TVs, electronic games, jewelry, cell phones and expensive items at home.  They are not appropriate for camp.  The camp is not responsible for lost or stolen personal property.