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All Campers Should Bring:
- Annual Health and Medical Record (parts A and C completed) Does not need to be signed by a physician.
- Personal medications
- Sleeping bag
- Personal toiletries
- Boots/shows (suitable for hiking)
- Raincoat or poncho
- Clothing including uniform (Class A uniforms are encouraged at flag ceremonies, but not required)
- Laundry bag
- Pocketknife (Scouts must have earned their Whittlin’ Chit to carry a pocketknife)
Leaders Should Also Bring:
- Handbooks and belt loop guides
- S’mores supplies and snacks (we recommend a raccoon-proof snack storage box if you bring food)
- A watch
- Song and skit books
- Bug repellant
- Canteen or water bottle
- Fanny pack or utility belt
- Hat with visor
- Spending money for the Trading Post
- Frisbee, football or other like equipment.
Provided in the Fort and Castle:
Bunk beds and mattresses, four and eight person bunkhouse style rooms, picnic tables, activity rooms, running water, nearby shower-house, rake, shovel, brooms, bulletin board and campfire ring.
Provided in the Mountain Man Village and Miner's Camp:
Cots and mattresses, two man wall tents, picnic tables, shelter, running water, nearby shower-house, rake, shovel, brooms, bulletin board and campfire ring. One power outlet is available at the pavilions.
Prohibited in Camp:
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- Personal radio, PSP, iPod, Gameboy, or other electronic devices
- Cell phones (for youth)
- Firearms or bows
- Alcoholic beverages
- Sheath knives or knives with a blade over four inches long
- Liquid fuel.