|MONROE CAMP AND RETREAT CENTER, INC.
WHAT TO BRING LIST FOR RESIDENT CAMPERS
Please bring your clothes in a suitcase or duffel and not in a locker or trunk.
Bible & notepad with pencil
Prescribed Medicine (given to Health Staff only)
Sheets (2) for single bed, or sleeping bag and blanket
Underwear & Socks
Raincoat or poncho
Several pairs of shorts
Long Pants (1-2 pair)
Jacket or Sweater
Hat or visor
Pajamas or sleep clothes
Sneakers, (1-2 pairs, including at least one old pair for canoeing)
Sandals or water shoes
Towels (beach and regular)
Toiletries Kit with soap, shampoo Toothpaste, toothbrush, comb
What to Bring List For Day Campers
OPTIONAL ITEMS FOR RESIDENT CAMPERS
What NOT To Bring
Light hiking boots
Activity books (crosswords, coloring, word finds, etc)
Firearms, knives, alcohol, drugs, tobacco, fireworks, water balloons, silly string, water guns, pets
Expensive items, sentimental items, jewelry
Radios or Tape, CD, or MP3 Players (we make plenty of music at camp)
Portable Video, DVD players or gaming systems, or laptop computers
Cell Phones (you don’t need them and if we see it, we will keep it until you depart!)
Snacks or other food items (these items will attract critters to your cabin; we’ll keep you well fed!)
Money – (there is no need for a camper to have money with them at camp.)
A bad attitude
Anything which would result in tremendous unhappiness if it were lost, broken, stolen, or really dirty.
Small backpack or duffel bag to hold your things
Pillow & sheet/towel/or blanket to lie on
White tee shirt for craft project
Flip Flops or Sandals
Swim Suit Note: Remember the length of the session
Sunscreen or Suntan lotion you are packing for and bring enough items.
Plastic or waterproof bag for wet swimsuit Clothing is left to your discretion. We do not
Water Bottle do laundry at camp. We are not responsible
Optional: Hat with bill or visor, sunglasses for personal sports equipment lost, stolen, or
Insect repellent, comb or brush damaged.