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Outbacker Day Camp Packing List

The terrain of camp is made up primarily of rock/uneven hiking trails. There are steep and dusty hills that are difficult to navigate without the proper footgear; we strongly suggest sturdy shoes; no flip-flops please. Campers spend most of their days outside so sun-protection and hydration is a must!  Please label everything with your camper’s first & last name.

The camp store does not sell sweatshirts or jackets; please plan to pack warm clothing for your camper in preparation for inclement weather.

If you're having trouble obtaining any of the items on the packing list, please don't hesitate to call our office for assistance. Our staff will do everything we can to help you get ready for camp!

What to Bring: 

Sack lunch (first day only)

Backpack/cinch sack or tote

Water bottle

Insect repellent (not aerosol)

Hat

Swimsuit

Beach towel

Sunscreen (cream only)

Water shoes (back strap Teva® style sandals okay)

What to Wear: 

Sturdy closed-toe shoes (every day)

Socks with shoes is a must

Shorts (pants in cool weather)

Jacket or raincaot (if cool and rainy)

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There is a separate packing list for Wednesday Overnights at Camp Sweyolakan. A full packing list can be found inside your Camp Sweyolakan Day Camp Handbook inside your CampInTouch account once you register.

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Young people want to shape the world.

Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.

In Camp Fire, it begins now.

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