None of these are required, but they may help to make your experience more enjoyable and comfortable.
- Waterproof shelter or tent
- Sleeping bag or blankets
- A good, sharp knife (If you don't have one and you want one, there will be some good-quality knives available to purchase in the Camp Store.)
- A notebook and writing implements for taking lots of notes during class sessions
- A jacket or sweater
- Rain gear
- Food for yourself and/or to share
- Your own dishware: plates, bowls, silverware, pans, pots, etc.
- Water bottle
- A few of the classes require small fees for materials that the instructors have purchased or spent time gathering. You may want to bring some pocket money in case you wish to take any of these classes.
- Spending money for our Camp Store, which is filled with high-quality goods, artifacts and specialty items created by many of our instructors and students. Do your holiday shopping here!
- Rolling cart or wagon to truck your stuff from the shuttle drop-off point at the Registration Desk to your selected campsite.
- Lawn chairs or portable chairs
- Propane stove (if you prefer cooking on your own to the communal kitchen)
- Solar shower bag (available online or at Walmart and camping stores for as little as $20)
- Bathing suit and towel
- Musical instruments
- Insulated sleeping pad
- Extra shoes and socks
- Earplugs (for light sleepers)
A communal kitchen area with stoves and running water will be available for general use. For cooking by fire, we will also have a primitive kitchen and appropriate cooking implements for your use. Fires are not permitted at individual campsites.