Perhaps the most common question is, What do I need to bring?
- Bath Towels
- Ice Cream snack on Friday night at 10:00 pm
- All three Saturday Meals and Sunday Breakfast
- Ear plugs
- Coat and other cold weather clothes
- Swimsuit, shade hat and other hot weather clothes
- Laundry bag
- Beach towel
- Soap, shampoo, toothbrush, paste and other toiletries
- Sunscreen and lip balm
- Prescription medications
- C-pap or other medical devices and an extension cord
- Cell phone and charger
- Bible (the wifi hasn’t been strong enough for online Bibles)
- Extra money for the two love offerings, snacks, and meals in route
- We do have a medic with us. In case of emergency call 911 and call the camp medic.
- The camp does not want you to store food in the room, but if you need snacks available, you could store them in your car.
- The camp is really touchy about firearms, you could leave them home or leave them locked in a closed trunk.
- The camp does not allow skateboarding. Peddle bikes are okay on the road and trails.
- The camp has numerous recreational opportunities, and we are bringing some things too. But you can bring reasonable rec items yourself, soccer balls, footballs, items for off camp activities too.
- Nearby fishing is very good. The area has lots of options – Dairy Queen, Pizza Hut, Tourist area, Airplane Museum.
- There are numerous water fountains, but still it helps to have a flat of water available in each room.
- Don’t bring a heater, the rooms are well heated. You could bring an electric blanket.
- Don’t bring a coffee pot. Free coffee is available in the back of Elkhorn almost all the time.
- Do not bring unnecessary or expensive items. Bunkhouse doors do not lock. You can secure items in your car.
- Do not bring alcohol or illegal drugs.