Packing List

  • Bedding
  • Pillow
  • Towels (2-3)
  • Toiletries (bring more than you think you will use! We shower a lot here.)
  • Rain jacket (just in case)
  • Sun Screen
  • Letters and stamps if you'd like to send mail while here
  • Medication (in original or pharmacy-labeled container)
  • Alarm Clock! (you will not be permitted to use your phone during the week)
  • Tennis shoes that you don't mind getting dirty
  • T-shirts (lots of them! You can do laundry on the weekend, but you'll go through more shirts than you think)
  • Laundry bag or basket
  • Laundry Detergent (more than you think you'll need!)
  • Flashlight
  • Camera (optional, but nice since you can't use your phone during the week)
  • Swimsuit (girls - modest one-piece or a two-piece that meets in the middle; guys - boxer-style)
  • Bible, pens, notebook
  • Cell Phone and Charger (will only be permitted to use this on the weekends)
  • Watch!! You will want a waterproof watch!
  • Water Bottle! It's so important to stay hydrated! 

Things that aren't required, but past campers recommend bringing.

  • A purse - girls, we go on weekend trips and sometimes it's just nice to have a purse along!
  • A few nice outfits (cute shirt, jeans, skirt) for weekend trips
  • Snacks - trail mix and granola bars are a camper's best friend
  • Hammock - we do sell them in our trading post if you want to get one once you're here!
  • Running shoes - morning runs are a nice way to start of a day of camp
  • Modest tank tops - no racer backs
  • Shower basket for your toiletries
  • Shower shoes (rubber flipflops) - we do clean our showers well, but you can never be too safe
  • Chacos!! Our staff wears these all the time
  • Backpack (like a Kavu) to carry a water bottle, bible, notebook, etc in throughout the day
  • Blankets - it gets chilly at night
  • Swim sorts for swim time - while campers are not required to wear swim shorts, all of our summer staff do.
  • Sweatpants and a light jacket or sweatshirt - sometimes it's cool here in the morning and evening
  • More modest shorts
  • Makeup - girls, sometimes it's just nice to feel girly, even at camp!
  • Cuter shoes for Sunday dress
  • Nail polish supplies
  • Hat/sunglasses

What NOT to bring

  • Tight-fitting clothes of any kind, race back tank-tops, t-shirts with sides cut out, two-piece swimsuits that don't meet in the middle, revealing one-piece swimsuits
  • Body rings (body piercings)
  • Tobacco, drugs, alcohol, knives, fireworks, firearms
  • Sports equipment that could endanger others or skateboards, longboards, bikes, scooters, paintball/airsoft guns, bats, etc.
  • If you have any questions about what you can and cannot bring to camp, please email office@woodlandscamp.org

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