Science Camp – What to Bring

What to Bring to Camp
Please LABEL all items!



Clothing
Hiking Shorts (no short shorts)
T-shirts
Sweatshirt or Jacket- It will be cold on morning hikes and evening activity times!
Long pants or jeans
Socks and Undergarments
Sleepwear- it is not a good idea to sleep in clothes you have been in the woods in all
day!
Poncho or raincoat
Sneakers or other sturdy and comfortable shoes- NO FLIP-FLOPS or SANDALS FOR
GENERAL WEAR!
Shower shoes (these can be flip-flops)
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We will be outside in all but the most severe weather.
All of our studies will be hands on, so clothing WILL get wet and dirty. Please pack
accordingly, with enough changes of all layers, and not bringing anything new or
special.
All clothing must be modest.



Personal Items
Towels/washcloth
Soap/ shampoo
Toothpaste & toothbrush
Comb and Brush
Flashlight with extra batteries
Toiletries
Any Prescription Medications (Must be given to Nurse)
Non-aerosol bug repellent (with 10-30% DEET)
Waterproof Sunscreen
Personal Water Bottle or Canteen
Bible
(Optional- Binoculars- the camper is responsible for taking care of personal
equipment).



Bedding
Sleeping bag or bed roll
Pillow
Sheets
Extra foam padding if desired.



The cabins are not heated and have metal spring beds with foam mattresses. Please
be sure your camper has enough bedding to keep him/her warm.
What NOT to Bring
Any electronic devices including cell phones, music players or portable game systems.
Cameras are acceptable, but we will not be responsible for their safety!
Cards, Magazines, Fireworks, Aerosol Cans, Large Knives, Fishing Poles, Smoking
material of any kind, Illegal Drugs, Alcohol, snacks or other food in cabins.