ALL medications to include prescriptions, supplements, and vitamins must be brought to camp in the original container clearly labeled to include: Camper’s name, name of prescribing physician, prescription number, date prescribed, name of medication, and directions for use. All medications will be stored in a locked container along with a dispensation record. In addition parents will be asked to fill out the Camp Prescription Medication Form for the camp nurse.

Do Bring…

Clothing to Bring

  • Shower shoes/ flip-flops
  • Sports shoes that can get dirty, and nicer shoes for indoor and chapel use
  • Two or three pairs of shorts, both athletic and regular
  • A few pairs of nicer long pants or skirts for indoor and chapel use
  • Several T-shirts and casual shirts – no halter tops please
  • Sweater or sweatshirt in case A/C is cool
  • 6 pairs of underwear
  • Bathrobe (optional)
  • Required swimming attire:
    Girls: Full one-piece swimsuit | Boys: Thigh-length trunks

Other things to Bring

  • Bedding: sleeping bag – campers will be sleeping on cots and no bedding will be provided
  • Two or three towels
  • Swim towel
  • Washcloths
  • Toiletries: toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, bath soap, deodorant, etc.
  • Flashlight
  • Bug spray
  • Sunscreen
  • Bible
  • Water bottle with name (to be used throughout camp)
  • Prayer books for adoration time (optional)
  • Rosary
  • Notebook or journal, pen
  • Books, Frisbee, soccer ball, etc. for free time – be willing to share
  • A snack to share – bag of chips, cookies, brownies, dried fruit, etc. (All snacks must be shared with the group. Please do not bring snacks that you are unwilling to share.)

Do Not Bring…

Please leave electronic devices at home! (iPods/pads, MP3 players, video games, phones,* etc.). Staff will confiscate electronic devices from campers.

*Parents requiring that a camper have phone access must either give the phone to staff at check-in or allow the camper to use a staff member’s phone.

Dress Code

An explanation of why we stipulate certain clothing

Modesty: Promoting the Purity of Self and Others to Glorify God

Clothes should reflect your dignity as a son of God and as such it should glorify Him. Certain circumstances require certain dress i.e. if you’re playing sports you should wear athletic clothing of some kind, swimming requires a bathing suit, attending a wedding one usually wears a nice dress or outfit, for Church you dress up to honor God, etc. One underlying thing that we should always keep in mind when we clothe our bodies is human modesty. Modesty fortifies the 6th and 9th Commandments. The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) states: “Modesty protects the mystery of persons and their love. It encourages patience and moderation in loving relationships; it requires that the conditions for the definitive giving and commitment of man and woman to one another be fulfilled. Modesty is decency. It inspires one’s choice of clothing. It keeps silence or reserve where there is evident risk of unhealthy curiosity. It is discreet” (CCC 2522).

As Christians, we have the responsibility to keep our souls pure. The Catechism notes “purity requires modesty, an integral part of temperance. Modesty protects the intimate center of the person. It means refusing to unveil what should remain hidden. It is ordered to chastity to whose sensitivity it bears witness. It guides how one looks at others and behaves toward them in conformity with the dignity of persons and their solidarity” (CCC 2521). Our clothing choices can affect others for good or bad. You can ask a friend if your clothing seems modest. For a woman’s perspective, you can ask your sister or mother. And ask yourself: To what am I trying to draw attention in my appearance? Do I want people to remember me, or to think of me as a thing?



Fr. Pablo Migone


Alphonsus de Liguori, pray for us.