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Parent and Camper Information Sheets: These are to familiarize yourselves with our Camp Policies and to give you a guideline of how to prepare for Camp. These are for you to keep.
Other Forms & Documents
(Click here to download a Packing List)
We suggest the following be taken into consideration when packing for your child's trip to camp. Quantities depend on personal habits and length of stay. Please, please, please label all of your child's belongings! All lost and found items are on display at check out.
Please refrain from sending new clothing to camp!
Long sleeved Shirts
Pants or Jeans
Pillow & Case
Beach and Bath Towels
Flashlight and Batteries
Pens and Paper
Postcards, Envelopes, and Stamps
Fishing Rod and Tackle
Plastic Bucket (helpful to carry and store toiletries)
Sports Gear for Competitions (cleats, shin guards, batting/goalie gloves, etc.)
DO NOT Bring to Camp
Resources for Parents
- What's Needed to Prepare Your Child For the Future
- Deciding on Summer Camp
- Summer Camp helps make kids Resilient
- 10 reasons to send your kid to Camp
- The benefits of sending your kids to Camp
- Top 10 benefits of sending your kids to Camp
- The benefits of sending your child to summer Camp
- Radio Program with Michael Thompson, author of Homesick and Happy.
- Blessing of a Skinned Knee: Using Jewish Teachings to Raise Self-Reliant Children
- Summer Camp Handbook: Everything You Need to Find, Choose and Get Ready for Overnight Camp and Skip the Homesickness
- Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys (Ballantine Reader's Circle)
Do you have a resource we should know about? We would love to hear from you! Please contact Kate Lemay.