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If it's your child's first time as a camper, it can be challenging to know what they need to bring. To make the packing process as easy as possible, we've compiled a list of all the necessities your camper will need for a week at Camp Big Cedars!

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PACKING LIST

If it's your child's first time as a camper, it can be challenging to know what they need to bring. To make the packing process as easy as possible, we've compiled a list of all the necessities your camper will need for a week at Camp Big Cedars!

TOILETRIES

Toothbrush

Toothpaste

Deodorant/Shampoo + Conditioner

Body Wash

Hairbrush

Hair and Makeup Products (if needed)

Contact Lenses + Solution (if needed)

Glasses (if needed)

Shaving Cream + Razor (if needed)

Feminine Products (if needed)

Shower Caddy

CLOTHING

See Dress Code for details about appropriate apparel options

Day Clothes (6 days)

Recommended: Casual T-shirts & shorts 

Church Clothes (optional)

Most campers like to change after showering, and many campers pack slightly nicer clothing for evening church services.

Recreation Outfit (recommended)

Campers may get wet and/or muddy during games (ex. mud tug-of-war at Senior Camp). Pack a shirt & shorts you won't mind ruining.

Swimsuit(s)

Tennis Shoes

Shower/Pool Shoes

Recommended: flip-flops or casual sandals

Light Jacket

Pajamas

Underwear (6 days)

Socks (6 days)

LINENS

Pillow

Blanket

Flat & Fitted Sheet (or sleeping bag)

Twin size

Pool Towel

Bath Towels

Wash Cloths (optional)

EXTRAS

Sunscreen

Sunglasses

Hat

Bug Spray

Reusable Water Bottle (optional)

Laundry Bag

Recommended: A large drawstring bag that can be hung up

Chapstick

Hand Sanitizer

Notebook (optional)

Pen (optional)

Bible (optional)

Small Amount of Cash

If needed for Snack Shack (Senior Camp only)

Required Medication

All medicine must be turned in to the camp nurse upon arrival. See Medical Care.

Swim Goggles (optional

Comforts from Home (optional)

Ex. Stuffed animals, small bedside table

ITEMS NOT TO BRING

For the safety of all campers and staff, the following items are strictly prohibited at camp:

Drugs

Guns, knives, or weapons of any kind

Laser pointers

Fireworks

Alcohol

Tobacco

 

We also ask campers not to bring the following items to camp:

Cellphones

 Cellphones must be turned in at check-in. See Communication for details.

Valuable jewelry

Large amounts of money

Computer, camera, or any electronic device

DROP-OFF & PICK-UP

MEDICAL CARE

FOOD & NUTRITION

COMMUNICATION

PACKING LIST

DRESS CODE

If it's your child's first time as a camper, it can be challenging to know what they need to bring. To make the packing process as easy as possible, we've compiled a list of all the necessities your camper will need for a week at Camp Big Cedars!

COMMUNICATION

TOILETRIES

Toothbrush

Toothpaste

Deodorant/Shampoo + Conditioner

Body Wash

Hairbrush

Hair and Makeup Products (if needed)

Contact Lenses + Solution (if needed)

Glasses (if needed)

Shaving Cream + Razor (if needed)

Feminine Products (if needed)

Shower Caddy

CLOTHING
See Dress Code for details about                            appropriate apparel options

Day Clothes (6 days)

    Recommended: Casual T-shirts & shorts 

Church Clothes (optional)

    Most campers like to change after                           showering, and many campers pack slightly        nicer clothing for evening church services.

Recreation Outfit (recommended)

    Campers may get wet and/or muddy during        games (ex. mud tug-of-war at Senior Camp).      Pack a shirt & shorts you won't mind ruining.

Swimsuit(s)

Tennis Shoes

Shower/Pool Shoes

    Recommended: flip-flops or casual sandals

Light Jacket

Pajamas

Underwear (6 days)

Socks (6 days)

LINENS

Pillow

Blanket

Flat & Fitted Sheet (or sleeping bag)

     Twin size

Pool Towel

Bath Towels

Wash Cloths (optional)

EXTRAS

Sunscreen

Sunglasses

Hat

Bug Spray

Reusable Water Bottle (optional)

Laundry Bag

  Recommended: A large drawstring bag that         can be hung up

Chapstick

Hand Sanitizer

Notebook (optional)

Pen (optional)

Bible (optional)

Small Amount of Cash

   If needed for Snack Shack (Senior Camp               only)

Required Medication

   All medicine must be turned in to the camp       nurse upon arrival. See Medical Care.

Swim Goggles (optional

Comforts from Home (optional)

  Ex. Stuffed animals, small bedside table

ITEMS NOT TO BRING

For the safety of all campers and staff, the following items are strictly prohibited at camp:

Drugs

Guns, knives, or weapons of any kind

Laser pointers

Fireworks

Alcohol

Tobacco

 

We also ask campers not to bring the following items to camp:

Cellphones

   Cellphones must be turned in at check-in. See Communication for details.

Valuable jewelry

Large amounts of money

Computer, camera, or any electronic device