Packing for camp can be an artform. If this is your first time, I’m sure your head is spinning.

To ensure your camper has what they need to enjoy their experience to the fullest, here is our daily suggested packing list.

And don’t forget: Your camper’s name should be marked on everything he or she brings, for easy identification. Parents, please be sure to read our 2021 Parent Handbook – Day Camp

What to Pack for a Day

  • 2 masks that cover both nose and chin, no neck gaiters, bandanas, or masks with valves please
  • Backpack (no wheels)
  • Lunch – labeled with camper’s name
  • Water bottle
  • Bathing suit
  • Towel for swimming
  • Water shoes, sandals or sneakers that can get wet (a heel strap is suggested for campers doing water activities)
  • Sunscreen (waterproof)

Optional Items

  • Raincoat/poncho
  • Light jacket
  • Insect repellent
  • Hat or baseball cap
  • Sunglasses

Specialty/Add-On Items

  • Horse Masters
    • MANDATORY: Long pants or jodhpurs – required to ride
    • MANDATORY: Closed toe and heel shoes with at least a 1/2 inch heel – required to ride – no tennis shoes, sneakers, mountain boots, construction boots, or work boots are permitted to ride during the Horse Masters program due to the skills and activities.
  • Trail Rides
    • MANDATORY: Long pants or jodhpurs – required to ride
  • Water Ski & Wake Boarding
    • OPTIONAL: Ski gloves
    • OPTIONAL: Rash vest or wetsuit (performance gear: i.e. Under Armour will also help protect against jellyfish stings)
  • Sailing
    • OPTIONAL: Sailing gloves
  • Paintball
    • SUGGESTED: Long sleeve shirt
    • SUGGESTED: Long pants
  • Thursday Campfire
    • SUGGESTED: flashlight
    • Thursday dinner will be provided
  • Thursday Sleepover
    • Sleeping bag & pillow – additional blanket for colder evenings
    • Pajamas and a change of clothes for Friday
    • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, etc.)
    • Flashlight
    • Thursday dinner, Friday breakfast, Friday lunch will be provided

What Not to Bring

Camp is a natural setting to retreat from electronic technology and to get more in touch with yourself, your surroundings and others. Please do not bring the following items to camp:

  • Cell phones are not permitted at camp
  • Valuable items that could get lost, stolen or damaged such as cameras, radios, expensive watches, jewelry, iPads, personal music players, headphones, video games and other electronic devices