Clothing

What to bring to camp?

Camper in uniform for Council Fire Laundry is done once a week for those staying two weeks or more. Your child will need a little more than a week’s amount of clothing..

Anything brought to camp needs to have your child’s name on it. The easiest way to mark items is to use a permanent or laundry-marking pen.

Remember to send to camp items which are of little or no value.

After a camper is signed up we will send a complete packing list,
below is a basic list to give you the general idea.

Blue jeans
Shorts
T-shirts
Sweatshirt
Jacket
Underwear
Raincoat
Pajamas
Swimsuit
Socks
Backpack
Bible
Flashlight
Trunk
Sheets
Pillow
Blankets
Towels
Wash cloths
Tennis shoes
Hiking boots
Sleeping Bag
Shower shoes
Laundry bag
Toilet articles
Stationery
Stamps

Children should wear clothing that is appropriate for their particular activity.  Any items left at camp will be donated to Care & Share.

Camper in uniformUniforms

On special occasions like Sunday services and award ceremonies, children wear their camp uniform which consists of a white camp polo shirt, tie, and shorts. Uniforms are required on these occasions, they should have a nice fit.

What Not to Bring

We ask that no clothing contain any profanity or advertisement for tobacco or alcohol. Do not bring: cash, cell phones, food or gum, fans, computers, DVD players are not permitted. No devices with video playback capablity. MP3 players without video playback are currently permitted, but only in the cabins.