What to Bring to Summer Camp

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Double check that everything is labeled with your name!

  • Completed Registration Form (online or hard copy, every camper must have to attend)
  • Signed Rules/Discipline Form (every camper must have to attend)
  • Signed Medical Release Form (every camper must have to attend)
  • Signed Physician Instructions / Medication Form (ONLY if medication is sent with camper)
    o If your child has any prescription or over the counter medication he/she must take while at camp, you MUST complete the camp medical form and your doctor must sign and be returned
  • Sleeping bag/sheets, blanket, pillow
  • Beach towel (used for pool)
  • Bath towel & washcloths
  • Shower shoes
  • Personal toiletries – soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, comb, brush, etc.
  • Clothing (enough for 4 days) underwear, socks, shorts, t-shirts, pants, sweatshirts & jacket, PJ’s, etc. (evenings can get cold)
    o Bare midriffs, spaghetti straps or t-shirts with offensive language and pictures on them will NOT be allowed.
  • Comfortable closed-toed shoes. (sandals may only be worn to and from the pool)
  • One piece bathing suit for girls/ trunks for boys
  • Flashlight (bring extra batteries)
  • Bible, notebook & pen
  • Water bottle
  • Camera/film (no cell phones allowed)
  • Sunscreen and chapstick
  • Jacket
  • Hat

What  NOT  to bring:

We WILL confiscate all these items immediately upon your arrival

  • NO MONEY – there is nothing to buy while at camp
  • NO food, drinks, candy, gum
  • NO cell phones, radios, iPods or electronic gear
  • NO matches, lighters, fire starters, pocket knives, or any weapons
  • NO cigarettes, drugs, marijuana, alcohol or any other illicit/illegal substances (If found
    camper will IMMEDIATELY be sent home without reimbursement to parent)
  • Anything that is irreplaceable if it were broken or misplaced

Youth Helpers is not responsible for lost or stolen items