Packing for Summer Camp
Attention Parents & Guardians:
Please assist your camper(s) when packing for Camp. We rely on your supervision to ensure that the necessary and appropriate items (clothing articles, gear, toiletries, etc.) are selected. Clothing should not have inappropriate messages/images. It should be functional for active, outdoor fun. In addition, we highly recommend that you label all of your campers’ items with their name. If your camper is going on a Camp Daggett Wilderness Trip, please review our packing checklist here.
Equipment and Gear
- Sleeping bag
- Water bottle
- Recommended: a bottom-fitted twin bed sheet
- Musical instruments
- Journal or diary
- Playing cards
- Stationary and stamps
Due to the nature of summer camp, we advise that no items of sentimental or monetary value are brought to camp. Camp Daggett is not responsible for any lost, damaged or stolen items.
Clothing for 6 Days—Don’t be Afraid to Bring Extras!
- Rain jacket or poncho
- Bathing suits – should be suitable and safe for vigorous physical activity
- Towels for swimming and showering
- Dirty laundry bag
- Optional: white items to tie-dye – white Camp Daggett shirts are also available for purchase at drop-off
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Hairbrush and/or comb
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- Bug spray
- Necessary Medications*
*As part of the camper registration process, parents with campers who require medications will meet directly with the Camp Health Director in the health cabin to discuss your camper’s needs and to check-in all medications. Medications will be distributed throughout the week in the privacy of the health cabin. These procedures are meant to uphold and respect the privacy of our campers. All medication must be in original packaging.
These items are not allowed at Camp and will be confiscated by Camp staff.
- Tobacco products – including cigarettes, vapes, and chewing tobacco
- All electronic devices
- Cell phones
- Matches and lighters
- Flammable substances
- Sharp implements – including knives and hatchets
Special Note: Snacks and drinks (excluding soda pop and candy) are now allowed in reasonable quantities. Please be advised that all snacks and drinks will be stored and monitored by cabin counselors.