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Items You Might Want to Bring
to Family Camp
Study Materials Inspirational Materials
Bible
Divine Principle book
HDH books
Holy Songbook

Clothing
Warm clothes (Remember long pants, sweatshirts, etc. because it can get really chilly up in the PA mountains at night.)
Rain gear

Cabin Accessories
Air mattresses or sleeping mats.  (The beds are metal frames with metal springs. Most mattresses are in bad shape but serviceable. Some people put cardboard on the beds and use a sleeping bag.)
Cleaning supplies. (Your cabin may be dirty. The camp office will have cleaning supplies you can borrow.)
Curtain material. (Most cabins have screen windows but no curtains.)
Fans (Units 1 & 4 have electricity. Unit 2 does not.)
Nightlights  (Its dark in the woods.)
Extension cords
Alarm Clock
Flashlights
Water containers for your cabin
Rope for clothesline

Toiletries
Toothbrush
Toothpaste
Floss
Soap
Shampoo/Rinse
Mouthwash
Washcloth
Towels 

Sports Equipment
Old shoes or boots for getting muddy
Swimsuits
Swimming gear
Sunscreen
Goggles, diving masks
Beach towel
Beach buckets for sand castles
Inflatable Toys
Exercise clothes
Balls: basketball, soccer, football, softball & bats, dodgeball
Pump for balls
Frisbees
Bug net / box / bucket
Net for tadpoles
Fishing gear
Bicycle
Scooter

Miscellaneous
Insect Repellent
Sunscreen
Sandals
Lawn chairs
Canteen / water bottle
Matches
Marshmallow sticks
Musical instruments for talent show
Craft materials
Walkie-talkies
Compass
Board games
Playing cards
Hammer / nails
Hatchet
Knife
Saw

Snacks / Special Foods

NOTE:  CD players and tape players are discouraged as they have proved to be a distraction. 

Send additional suggestions to be added to this list to
jimstephens5@home.com