Camper Packing Checklist
You're registered for camp, now what? You should have received a confirmation letter after completing your registration. About a week before check-in, watch for a reminder email. In the meantime, take a look at our camper checklists below, pack your bags and get ready to head up to LBC!
• Bible, pen, and notebook
• Sleeping bag and pillow
• Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, and other personal toiletries
• Bath towel, hand towel, and wash cloth
• Modest* clothing for a variety of activities and weather conditions
• Extra shoes & socks
• Bag for dirty laundry
• Labeled water bottle
• Modest* swimsuit
• Beach towel
• Money for store to be deposited at check-in
Please mark all items with camper’s name using labels, laundry pen, or permanent marker.
The following are not allowed at any of our youth camps, including TCL:
If you must bring electronics to camp, you will not have access to them during your stay. Instead, they will be collected at time of check-in and stored away until you check out of camp. This includes cell phones, MP3 player, speakers, tablets, computers, etc. (With that in mind, consider leaving them at home!)
Do not bring personal sports equipment (bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, etc.)
Behavior that negatively influences others will not be tolerated and may result in camper going home.
Adult and Family Camp:
Adult and Family Campers are welcome to bring electronics.
Bicycles are also encouraged, but these should always be walked through the breezeway.
Visitors are welcome during Family Camp Salmon Bakes starting at 2:00 PM. (see Visitors policy for complete information)
Items prohibited at all camps at all times
Firearms, pocket knives, weapons, airsoft/paintball, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and pets.
*What do we mean by modest for campers? Clothing should be modest. Tops should cover chest, cleavage, and midriff front and back. Pants, shorts, skirts, and dresses need to reach mid-thigh. Undergarments should be covered and tight pants can be worn as long as a top reaches to mid-thigh. Swimwear for girls should be one-piece or a tankini with a top that comes down to the bottoms. Guys’ swimsuits should extend to mid-thigh and not be tight fitting. (Please review the LBC dress code for complete information).
The Cabin Leaders, Directors and Staff at LBC reserve the right to ask anyone on the camp property to change clothing that is deemed inappropriate for the camp community.