What to Bring to Overnight Camp

Theme Nights


Theme Night 1:

Hawaiian Christmas – Have you ever celebrated Christmas across the sea on sandy shores? Come ready to have fun with your hawaiian shirts and camp will provide lots of leis. Be ready for a unique and fun Christmas celebration!

Theme Night 2:

Boot Camp – Boys: Bring your close toed shoes, camo & black clothing, and eye black for a night filled with obstacle courses, teamwork challenges and fitness fun.

Tea Party! Girls: Bring your cute dresses, hats, gloves and dress shoes to our first ever!

Theme Days

Monday: Safari Day – We’re off on an adventure! 

Tuesday: Space Day – Be a star! Use your imagination & wear any shirt with space elements on it. Be ready for outta this world fun.

Wednesday: Wild West – Wear your cowboy & cowgirl getup (please no fake guns)

Thursday: Deep Sea Day – wear shirts that have something to do with the sea, sea creatures, boats, etc… (please no eye patches).


Everyday Use Items

  1. Comfortable play clothes for 5 days (t-shirts, shorts)
  2. Sweatshirt, long pants, (for cool mornings)
  3. Swim towel, sunscreen, modest bathing suit (one piece for girls)
  4. Swim shirts are recommended to reduce the risk of sunburn and rash. 
  5. Toiletries, towels, shower shoes,
  6. Sleeping bag & pillow OR blanket, sheet & pillow
  7. Bible
  8. All pieces of clothing should have your name clearly marked on them
  9. Bug spray is recommended. This will only be used in the open, never under a roof or indoors. 

What Not to Bring

  • any electronic equipment (iPod, iPad, Apple watches, tablets, computers, cell phones, video games, radios, etc…)
  • music toys
  • valuables
  • jewelry 
  • money
  • Pokemon/trading cards
  • snacks 

We are not responsible for the loss of any of these items.


Camp Store

During afternoon activity time campers can buy snacks from the snack shop.

Suggested money amount: $2.00 per day, this will be deposited into our Camp Bank at drop-off.

Camp t-shirts: $10.00

Campers must deposit all money into a personal account at the Camp Store upon check-in. Any remaining account balance will be returned at the end of the camp week, unless you would like to donate to our Camper Scholarship Fund.

Please note: We are not responsible for any money not deposited.


  • Any medicine your camper takes regularly is dispensed as prescribed at breakfast, lunch, dinner and before bedtime by a volunteer nurse or the camp office staff.
  • All medicine including melatonin must be turned in at registration.
  • Medicine must be in the original container.