Things to Bring
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Things to Bring to Outdoor Adventure Camp

diagram of what to wear rafting
  • Visor or inexpensive sunglasses
  • Bathing suit or shorts and a T-shirt
  • Sunscreen
  • Old tennis shoes and aqua socks, or sport sandals
  • Closed-toed shoes are required for all non-river activities
  • Towel and a change of clothes
  • Bagged lunch that does not require cooling or heating.

Please be sure that every day your child has an outfit for wet activities and dry activities. There is an opportunity at the end of the day for your child to purchase snacks, drinks, or items from our gift shop, should you choose to send a little extra spending money for your camper(s).  

Rainy Days: We will make a decision each day whether to run the planned activity, hold off for a period or stay indoors. However, campers should be prepared to get wet on rainy days. It will be a much more enjoyable experience if campers are dressed for the weather. Cotton is a poor insulator when wet (and they do get wet). It’s a good idea not to send your campers in it as it may make them cold. Wool, polypropylene, nylon and other synthetics are good. A nylon wind breaker, or rain gear is also a good idea.

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