Clothing 3 pairs of rough-wear long pants (jeans or similar) 6 pairs of shorts 10 T-shirts or light sports shirts 12 pairs of underwear and socks 4 long sleeved shirts or sweaters (fleece if possible) Warm jacket 1 raincoat or rain suit* 1 pair of rubber boots* 1 pair of “summer” shoes (sandals, flip flops) 2 pairs of closed toe shoes (regular runners) 1 pair of water shoes* 2 hats* 2 bathing suits 2-4 pairs of pyjamas fancy clothes for special evening programs (optional)
Bedding 1 sleeping bag 1 pillow 2 pillowcases 2 single bed sheets 1 warm blanket
Toiletries ( We recommend unscented/ecological products to keep the bugs away and take care of our environment) 3 large towels Facecloth Toothpaste Toothbrush Comb and/or brush Soap Shampoo and Conditioner Deodorant
Other 2 Water bottles* Sunscreen* Insect Repellent* Sunglasses Flashlight* Writing paper, envelopes and pen Stamps Any medication that the camper may need throughout their session with us (please make sure to label the medication with name and instructions, as well as contact the office for any specific information we may need to know) Extra stained or scrap clothing that you do not need (t-shirts, scarves, sweatshirts, toques, gloves, etc.) for dying, cutting up and designing. Theme Day Clothing - bright colours, costumes... anything that may be worn on special camp themed fun days Laundry bag for storing dirty clothes and place a list of packed items in the camper’s bag for their return. Camera and charger or batteries Stuffed Animal or comfort object Books Snacks ** Musical Instruments (Note: Camp Eden Woods will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to instruments brought from home) Small knapsack or bag for short day trips Donations!! We always welcome and appreciate any fun donations from our families. From costumes, books, board games, scrap fabrics...anything that you were ready to get rid of (in good shape), will always find a home at camp!!
*These items are VERY important
**For the bus ride and sharing with their cabin on the first night of camp ONLY. Must be strictly nut-free. We will encourage healthy eating at camp but we recognize that some junk food is part of the experience. Campers can keep some gum and candy with them in the cabin, however to keep bugs away we will be taking away any food and providing snack options through “tuck” (see above).