Choosing what to bring to camp is a personal choice but here a few suggestions with some additional tips. The cabins, bathrooms and lodge are all have heat and electricity.
Packaging your Stuff for Travel:
Your gear is going to be loaded into a large cargo truck and transported to camp. It will get mixed up and squished. For that reason, make every effort to mark all of your bags and boxes. The quickest solution may be to tie a unique strip of fabric to everything. Put your pillows in clean garbage bags to keep them clean. Package things you don’t want crushed, like food or delicate stuff in very sturdy containers. Consider duct taping the lids on if they come off easily.
Suggested Packing List:
Sleeping gear: (sleeping bag or blankets & sheets for a twin bed, pillow, earplugs, etc…)
Camp clothes: Bring the clothes you need based on the weather. Walking around camp it is sometimes hard to avoid the grass which can be wet. Unless the weather looks perfect consider, consider extra socks or water resistant shoes. If you want to go swimming in the lake, don’t forget your swimsuit.
Personal care items: soap, shampoo, meds, etc…
Food: Food for your lunches in a cooler or sturdy container. If you have special dietary needs contact the trip organizer for how to manage your needs in camp.
Favorite outdoor toys: Fishing gear, sports equiptment, lawn games, board or party games, favorite book
Optional Camp gear: flashlights, favorite camp chair, walkie talkies