Packing List

Please ensure that adequate clothing is packed for camp.

 ESSENTIALS:

  • brimmed hat
  • 2 sheets, warm blanket/sleeping bag
  • pillow
  • beach, hand and shower towels
  • pyjamas
  • 1 pair of socks per day
  • 1 pair of underwear per day
  • 3 pairs pants or sweatpants
  • 1 shirt per day
  • 2 sweaters or sweatshirts
  • 2 bathing suits
  • sunscreen SPF 30 (or more)
  • lip balm with sun protector
  • flashlight, batteries
  • 1 bar soap, shampoo
  • toothbrush & toothpaste
  • feminine hygiene products (if applicable)
  • medication (enough for stay)
  • slippers/indoor shoes
  • 2 running shoes (one old)
  • rainwear, boots
  • 1 light coat
  • brush/comb
  • insect repellent

 CANOE TRIPPING PROGRAMS:

In addition to regular camp packing list.

  • 1-2 quick dry t-shirts
  • 1-2 quick dry pants
  • 1 warm sweater (fleece or wool, no cotton)
  • 2 wool socks/synthetic ski style socks
  • 1 pair hiking boots or supportive running shoes
  • toque
  • sport sandal (with heel strap)
  • 1 pair of WET shoes (Shoes for portaging can get wet and or muddy)
  • trip journal (Sr. Leadership and Wilderness Programs)

 OPTIONAL:

  • water bottle 
  • back pack 
  • tuck money ($3/night, $15 to $20 camp souvenirs)
  • sport sandals (with heel strap)
  • kleenex
  • camera
  • cards or games (non electronic)
  • books (recreational reading)
  • musical instrument
  • insect repellent

 ITEMS TO BE LEFT AT HOME:

While at Camp Kearney we really want to encourage campers to enjoy all that nature has to offer. Develop a relationship with their environment and fully immerse themselves into the camp experience. For this reason we ask that campers “unplug” while here at camp.

  • hair irons or hair dryers
  • matches
  • cigarettes
  • knives
  • gum
  • electronics (cell phones, e-readers)

**Note: Items listed above will be collected and stored for the duration of the campers stay. The items will be returned to the camper on the last morning of camp. Drugs, Alcohol and any other potentially dangerous items should not be brought to camp.