PACKING LIST

We receive many questions regarding packing for camp and we get it…there are so many things to remember. So here are a few tips to ease your packing pain. First, make sure you pack with your child. This is really important so your camper knows where to find his or her favorite things. Remember to include one fitted bed sheet per week even if your child plans on sleeping in a sleeping bag. It is Colorado Child Care Licensing Rule and Regulation for all camps. Proper outdoor clothes are essential. The weather in the mountains is variable and the temperature changes often. We recommend campers wear layers that wick away moisture.

You will want to include pre-addressed and stamped envelopes so you get letters sent home. There are certain activities that call for some special clothing. On Shabbat we dress up and wear white. While riding horses campers are required to wear jeans and closed toe shoes with a heel such as a hiking boot or cowboy boot. Lastly, on the ropes course and climbing wall it’s best for campers to wear long shorts or pants to accommodate the harness.

Here is a complete packing list with guidelines for you to follow:

Please mark the items as you pack clicking in the symbol to make sure the camper has everything necessary

CLOTHING

  • Jeans or long pants (3 per week)
  • Shorts (3 per week)
  • Sweatshirts (3 per week)
  • Long sleeved shirts (3 per week)
  • Short sleeved shirts (5 per week)
  • Raincoat
  • Warm jacket
  • Hiking clothes (moisture wicking layer)
  • Shabbat outfit (1 per week)
  • Pajamas (1 per week)
  • Socks (7 per week)
  • Hiking socks (1 per week)
  • Underwear (7 per week)
  • Bathing suit (no speedos or tied swimwear)
  • Tennis shoes
  • Hiking boots
  • Boots with protruding heel and smooth sole for horseback riding

BEDDING

  • Pillow
  • Pillow case (1 per week)*
  • Sheets (A fitted sheet is required!) (1 per week)*
  • Blanket
  • Sleeping bag (required for overnight)

OTHER ITEMS

  • Towel (1 per week)
  • Laundry bag
  • Flashlight
  • One-liter water bottle (2)
  • Lightweight frame backpack (Rising 2nd-4th graders do not need this. A school backpack will do.)
  • Sleeping pad
  • Shampoo, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.
  • Winter hat and gloves
  • Pre-stamped and addressed envelopes

THINGS TO LEAVE AT HOME

  • Hand-held electronic games
  • Wireless devices
  • Portable tv or dvd players
  • Cell phones
  • Laptops