What to Bring


Be prepared for warm and wet weather! Please make sure all items brought to camp are freshly laundered prior to arriving.


A fitted twin sheet, sleeping bag (or blankets) and covered pillow are required for all campers. Unless absolutely necessary for comfort when sleeping, we ask that campers do not bring any toys/stuff animals to camp.


Modesty is the guideline. At least (8) eight changes of clothes are recommended. Here is a loose example of what to pack for clothing-

  • 6-7 shorts

  • 8 shirts

  • 2-3 pants (sweatpants, jeans, etc)

  • 2 bathing suits (one piece or full length tankini for girls, no speedos for boys)

  • 3 pair of pajamas

  • 1 sweatshirt (sometimes, the nighttime can be cooler)

  • 1 rain jacket (and rain boots/waterproof shoes)

  • Shoes- 2 pair of sneakers, 1 flip flops (for pool/shower), 1 rain boots, other comfortable shoes

  • 8 pairs of socks


Campers should come equipped with all of their own personal toiletries, such as:

  • Shampoo (& conditioner)

  • Body wash (and a wash cloth or loofa)

  • Toothbrush & toothpaste (floss, mouth wash, etc)

  • Deodorant

  • Hair brush or comb, elastics, headband, etc.

  • 2-3 Towels (if it’s rainy or humid, towels do not dry quickly)

  • Sunscreen & Insect repellent

  • Misc items- Bible, notebook/pen, flashlight, poncho,

Possessions should be marked with the camper’s full name. Campers may also want to bring a tennis racket, baseball glove, skateboard, street hockey stick, cleats or other sporting equipment, if desired.

If you have any questions about our guidelines or recommendations, please email us at

Snack Bar Money

Each day, our snack bar will be open in the afternoon and evening. It is a recommended that each camper have $10-$25 added to their account at registration for use throughout the week. Snack Bar accounts are paid for online through the registration as an Add-On. No cash is accepted at camp. Any unused balance can be returned to the credit card that was used to register OR you can choose to donate it to the Camp Life scholarship fund.

What not to bring

While disposable or digital cameras are welcome, we desire that Camp Life be a place for young people to retreat from their everyday routine and from the worldly distractions of today’s society. Therefore, we ask that campers leave behind all electronic devices.

  • As a rule, these items include, but are not limited to, cell phones, laptops, tablets, televisions, DVD players, iPods, iPads, or other mobile/gaming devices and video cameras. We will confiscate and hold these items, with no liability for their safety, until the end of the camp program if your child brings it to camp.