Things to bring:

The weather in the coastal mountains can be cool and wet. We recommend bringing the following items.

  • bring your completed health form!
  • please bring several face masks to use during the week as well as hand sanitizer
  • please bring a reusable water bottle labeled with camper’s name
  • sleeping bag and pillow
  • 3-5 long pants, 2-3 pair of shorts, 2-3 sweatshirts or warm outerwear
  • appropriate number of t-shirts (no tank tops or spaghetti straps), socks, underwear, pajamas
  • modest swimming suit
  • shoes for short hikes and old sneakers or sandals for creek hikes
  • Bible, journal, pen or pencil, a book to read during quiet time–we will be taking advantage of warm afternoon sun to sit outside so bring a book!
  • soap, shampoo, toothbrush and toothpaste, comb or brush, towel and washcloth
  • to reduce paper towel waste, it is helpful to have a hand towel
  • sunscreen and bug repellant is highly recommended
  • garbage bag for dirty and wet clothes
  • flashlight or headlamp
  • camera
  • money for postcards, stamps, t-shirts or camp picture (cash or check work best, it is difficult to process credit cards from DCC)
  • wrist watch and/or battery-powered alarm clock
  • personal discs for disc golf if you prefer your own
  • HIGH SCHOOL CAMPERS:  bring along an article of clothing to custom-print! Mervin Kropf is donating the use of his heat press and customizable materials for creating unique apparel.

Things to forget:

In order to maintain a safe and fun environment, we ask you to not bring the following:

Unless a food allergy requires meal substitutions, do not bring extra food. Snacks are provided. Leave behind iPods, cell phones, or games, as well as water guns, knives & fireworks. Pranks are not permitted. Inappropriate pictures or language on clothing is not acceptable. No revealing clothing, including spaghetti straps, torn or cut tank tops, short-shorts. Bathing suits should be modest.