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In order to be prepared for all the activities and learning opportunities, please be sure to pack these items:

  • Bible, refillable water bottle, jacket and/or raincoat

  • Clothing (must fall within guidelines listed in the camp dress code)  Clothing should be both weather and camp appropriate.  It is a good idea to put your camper’s name on his or her items.

  • Twin bedding or sleeping bag

  • Towels, soap, toothbrush, and other needed toiletries

  • Swim suit, cameras, sunscreen, non-aerosol bug spray

Download the Summer Camp Information Sheet to access information campers and parents need prior to arrival!

CAmp dress code

Due to the active nature of a session of camp and our desire to strive for a modest environment where everyone feels comfortable, campers, faculty, and staff should adhere to the following dress code:

  • Shoes must be worn everywhere and at all times except for in dorms, at the pool, or at the beach.

  • Shirts must be worn at all times unless involved in a water activity. 

  • Please refrain from wearing halter tops, crop tops, or spaghetti strap tops.

  • Shirts should not be longer than shorts.

  • Clothing should not expose undergarments. 

  • Pants/shorts/skirts should not be tight or form fitting through the hips or legs.

  • Any clothing or accessories that advertises the use of drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, or any slogans or symbols that are in contradiction to our statement of faith is prohibited. 

Water Attire: Guys are not permitted to use brief swimwear. Girls may wear one-piece or tankini swimsuits offering similar coverage. If suits are worn at other activities or mealtimes they should be covered. Please encourage campers not to wear wet suits all day.

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