Whether you are the “Pack Rat” or the “travel light” kind, there are some things everybody needs to know to bring and not to bring. Get your bags out and let the packing joys begin!Packing List PDFScripture memory
Bedding (twin-size sheets or sleeping bag)
Swimsuit with dark clothes
Sports clothes for activities
Nice casual clothes for informal services
At least one old pair of tennis shoes
$50-$75 for spending money for the week (team shirt, devotionals, souvenirs, Cool Beans, the Sweet Shoppe, ice cream, camp pictures, etc). There is not an ATM available at the campsite.
Note: Please mark all luggage and clothing with the camper’s name.
Drugs, tobacco, or cigarettes of any kind
Guns, ammunition, or weapons of any kind
Scooters, skateboards, or rollerblades
Apparel with inappropriate graphics or lettering
Any type of electronic device including, but not limited to cell phones, CD, DVD, or MP3 players,
Music/media players, computers, PDAs, radios, TVs, and video games
Any fashion worn must come to the knee and cover the shoulders. Loose-fitting pants, jeans, or knee-length fashions may be worn.
For swimming, guys should wear dark shirts with swim trunks, and ladies will wear dark shirts and shorts over swimsuits.
Evening service dress is "classy casual". For ladies, while skirts and dresses to the knee are still welcome, nice, dressier pants are also allowed for the services. Men & boys are also encouraged to wear something nice for the services as well.
The Wilds of New England reserves the right to ask anyone to change his or her outfit if, in the estimation of the staff, it does not comply with these standards.
A request for items left at camp may be given to the office (phone or email) within 30 days after the completion of that particular camp program. Lost items not requested within 30 days will be disposed of.
If your items are found, the shipping cost will be the only expense, and can be paid for by credit card through the Main Office.
All meals are included in the price of the camping program. Those on special diets must bring their own necessary supplements that can be prepared in a microwave.
Should your arrival be delayed past the end of the registration time, please phone the camp office at 603.529.0001 to hold reservations and give us an estimated arrival time.
Campers are also expected to stay the entire camp period except for sickness or an emergency at home.
As a Christian organization, The Wilds of New England maintains high standards of conduct and separation. Campers who use tobacco, alcohol, or any form of illegal drugs will be dismissed. Any non-cooperative or noncompliant campers will be subject to dismissal.