What to Bring

When you pack your bag remember to include:

  • Bible, pen, and paper – if you don’t have your own Bible we are happy to supply one for you at registration
  • Sleeping bag and pillow
  • At least two changes of warm clothes and two changes of light clothes
  • Two pairs of footwear; we recommend sandals or shoes and rubber boots
  • Rain gear
  • Flashlight and batteries
  • Toiletries (shampoo, toothbrush, etc.)
  • Hat, sunscreen and bug spray
  • Towel and swimsuit (girls, please bring a one-piece or a long, dark shirt to wear with your two-piece)
  • Water bottle with your name on it
  • If you want to ride horses, please bring long pants
  • Up to $20 to spend at the Tuck Shop
  • Each camper must bring an Assumption Of Risk form with them to check-in; this form must be signed by their parent/guardian

Please, leave these things at home:

  • Valuables – this includes expensive clothes (Come on! This is camp!!!) and electronics (like iPods, mobile phones, and video games)
  • Dangerous items – knives (unless you are at Wild Camp!), firecrackers, and fireworks
  • Food – we want our wildlife to stay outside your cabin;  don’t worry, snacks are available at our Tuck Shop daily
  • Drugs and alcohol – if any camper brings illegal drugs, tobacco products, or alcohol to camp, the camper will be sent home at their parent’s/guardian’s expense.

Fanatic Camps

  • Rock Band campers should bring the instrument they play, we’ll keep it in a safe place
  • Watersports campers may bring their own wakeboards, wakeskates, etc. if they desire

Wild Camp

  • Campers may bring a small folding knife (blade length under 3″)
  • Warm bedding – don’t forget that you’re sleeping in a tent

DIRT and Paintball Fanatics

In addition to the above, please bring:

  • 2 pairs of shoes or boots to paintball in (sandals don’t count!)
  • Camouflage if you have it! (Quinn the Eskimo in Saskatoon is a great place to gear up)
  • At least 2 changes of paintball clothing
  • Long pants
  • Long sleeve shirts (you can NOT play in t-shirts)
  • Rubber Boots
  • Clothes to lounge around in during the evenings (sandals are fine for this)

Some things that would be nice to bring:

  • Your own paintball equipment (note: we use high pressure air, not CO2); we supply everything, but if you want to play with your own equipment, you may do so
  • Neck warmer if you have one (it helps protect your neck)

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