Want to know how to pack? Here’s a list to help you pack for yourself or for a young camper and a few guidelines that we ask you to follow.
- bedding (pillow, sleeping bag or set of twin sheets and blanket)
- shower and toiletry items
- money (for snacks, craft shop, bookstore, offerings, message recordings, special activities such as paintball, etc.)
- note-taking items
- A change of casual clothes for daily activities
- ladies: knee-length clothing, capris or pants
- men: wind pants, jeans, or knee length shorts
- A change of nicer clothes for the evening service
- ladies: dresses or skirts
- men: pants and collared shirts
- Gym shoes or sandals
- Sleep wear
- Swim wear
- ladies: 1-piece bathing suit
- men: swim trunks
- We recommend everyone bring water shoes as rocks in the lake may be sharp
Please read our Dress Philosophy & Policy for further details: Dress Philosophy & Policy
Our Director may interact closely with a group sponsor in special case situations, particularly involving new contact campers in clear need of salvation.
Wisconsin fall, winter, and spring can get cold. All the buildings at camp are well-heated, but you may wish to bring a sweater or sweatshirt to layer up.
In the winter, when outdoor snow sports like tubing, tobogganing, and iceskating are available, you will also want to have some of the following cold weather items:
- snow pants