What to Bring

What to Bring? -  Summary

 ITEM Cub Scouts Girls Unit Tags Jr Helpers Camp Staff Adult Volunteers
 Snacks  *
 Swimwear, Towels s s s s  
 Sun Block, Sun Glasses,  Hats
 Sun Shades      
 Closed Toed Shoes            
 Folding Chairs    
 Personal toys

  s Only relevant if Aquatics Sports permission has been provided.
  Not Relevant
  STRICTLY PROHIBITED. Will be Confiscated.

What to Bring? -  Details

  • Please provide enough snacks for your scout, Tag or Jr. Helper. They are very active at camp and easily get hungry before lunch time. 
  • Snacks will be provided for the adult volunteers and Staff at the Hospitality station.
  • Jr. Helpers will require a pass to access Hospitality Station.
  • No refrigeration is available at camp, lunch bag should have their own cooling containers.
  Swimwear, Towels
  • Only Scouts,Tags and Jr. Helpers can Swim.
  • Adults do not swim.
 Sun Block, Sun Glasses,  Hats
  •  Extra SunBlock <Neutrogena> will be provided with Unit Boxes. But personal SunScreen is recommended.
  • Sun glasses and hats are recommended.
 Closed Toed Shoes
  • NO flip-flops, Crocs or sandals will be allowed at camp. 
  • For the safety of the camper, only closed toed shoes are allowed. 
  • Those that arrive a camp in improper shoes will be sent home.
  •  Recommended to carry the above items.
 Sun Shades, Folding chairs
  • Personal, Pop-ups/easy-up Sun Shades are recommended for each Unit. 
  • We encourage you to bring Sun-Shades and set-up over you Unit's table, on Sunday during the Camp orientation prior to the first day of camp.
  • Folding chairs are optional, but recommended.
 Personal toys
  •  Weapons of any kind (pocket knife, sling shot, razors, explosive etc.) absolutely prohibited. The bearer will be asked to leave the camp
  • Personal toys will be confiscated and held at Headquarters until the end of the day.
  •  Only adults are allowed to carry electronics and money on them. 
  • Electronics found on other participants will be confiscated and held at headquarters till the end of the day