What To Bring

Please label your camper’s items as much as possible, including bags, and bedding. Do not send valuables.

For All Campers:

  • Bible
  • Sleeping Bag & Pillow
  • Towel & Washcloth
  • Soap & Shampoo
  • Toothbrush & Toothpaste
  • Other Toiletries
  • Insect Repellent
  • Toiletry Bag or container
  • Shirts—at least one per day of camp
  • Shorts—at least one per day of camp
  • Underwear—at least one per day of camp
  • Socks—at least one per day of camp
  • Pajamas
  • 1 Pair of Long Pants
  • Laundry Bag
  • 2 Pairs of Tennis Shoes
  • Shower Shoes
  • Sun Hat or Cap
  • Sunscreen (spf 30 or higher) & Chapstick
  • Sunglasses
  • 1-2 Swim Suits
  • Swim Towel
  • Light Jacket or Sweatshirt
  • Lightweight Rain Coat or Poncho
  • Flashlight with Batteries
  • Medications and Vitamins in their Original Bottle with the Camper’s Name*

Optional For All Campers

  • Water Shoes or Sandals with a Back
  • Sleeping Pad
  • Money for the Summer Offering*
  • Money for the Camp Store*
  • Money for the Group Photo*
  • Bunk Reply Stationery
  • Paper, Pen, Envelopes & Stamps

Additions For Specific Camps & Programs

For Ebert Ranch Campers:

  • 1-2 Pairs of Jeans for Horseback Riding
  • Western Boots for Horseback Riding**

For Extreme Adventurer Campers:

  • Water Shoes or Sandals with a Back

For LYLE II and LYLE III Campers:

  • 1-2 Pairs of Jeans for Horseback Riding
  • Western Boots for Horseback Riding**
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Quarters for Laundry

Beach Camp

  • Sandals or Beach Shoes
  • Money for Beach Shopping
  • Beach Toys/Activities (Boogie Boards, Sand Toys, etc)

Optional For Adult Campers

  • Extra Long Twin Sheets & Blankets—Quilts will not be available in cabins

*Items that need to be accessible upon arrival. It is preferred that all money deposits and payments are done ahead of time. For more information see Money and the Camp Store.
**We do have some Western boots on hand but contact us for unusual sizes.

Clothing Guidelines
All clothing should be appropriate for a church camp setting. Clothing should not have messages with double meanings or advertisements for adult themed products. Should a camper be dressed inappropriately, the camper will be asked to change into more appropriate clothing.

Shirts must cover the entire stomach and may not be strapless or have split sides. Tank tops are fine. Shorts should cover the entire buttocks even when bending or climbing.

Bathing suits must be modest. No string bikinis, thong swimwear, or speedos are permitted. Due to increased sun exposure, swim shirts should be considered. While at the pool or waterfront, a camp t-shirt will be issued for those campers who do not bring appropriate swimwear.

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