light rain jacket (waterproof/breathable or very rain resistant)
light rain pants (waterproof/breathable or very rain resistant)
fleece jacket, sweater or sweatshirt (polypropylene)
3 to 7 pair socks (depends on how often they change)
3 to 7 pair underwear (same as above)
1 pair pants
1 pair shorts
3 to 7 scout tee-shirts (or equivalent) (amount varies depends on # of changes)
hat or cap for sun protection
stocking cap for cool nights
gloves or mittens
thermal underwear, tops and bottoms (medium weight, polypropylene)
tennis shoes, or water footwear for water wading and camp wear
work gloves for service project
swim suit or quick drying shorts
Completed physical forms must be turned into scoutmaster prior to departure. No form, no camp.
Swim checks are always done when we first arrive at camp. Make sure you wear (or have immediately available) your swim suit.
Phones at camp are for emergencies only. Parents, make sure you get the camp phone number in case you must contact the camp staff.
Money can be held by the scoutmaster and given out as needed to the scout. Please put money in an envelope with scout's name written on the outside.
Medications must be turned into the camp nurse upon arrival at the camp (inhalers excepted). Please fill out medication forms for each medication your scout takes.
The clothing listed is designed to be worn in layers. As it gets cold or damp, more layers to go. As it warms up, more layers come off.
No electronic devices are allowed in camp. (No cell phones, No music pods, No tablets, No game players, etc)
* OK for drive to and from. Must be left in car. Driver is not responsible for items.
"Light weight" and "non-breakable" are good words to describe all pack items.
Put name on personal items
Everything, and I mean everything, that gets packed in gets packed out. Leave no trace is more than a motto.