Any luggage, bag, trunk, storage tub, or organizer is acceptable. Please note that space is limited as cabins are shared with up to 13 other campers and counselors. 

    • Camp Clothes- Modest clothing suitable for physical activity - no short shorts or mini skirts. Modest bathing suits only - no bikinis (tankinis are okay as long as the top overlaps the bottom).
    • Dress Clothes- While not required, campers enjoy dressing up on Friday night for the “Ranchademy Awards,” the Friday night banquet, and testimony service. This is typically a dress shirt and slacks for guys, and a skirt or dress (please, nothing strapless) for girls.
    • Theme Clothes
    • Jacket/Rain Jacket- for cool nights and rainy days.
    • Bedding- All campers need a pillow, sheets and blanket, or sleeping bag for a twin bed.
    • Towels and washcloths
    • Personal hygiene items
    • Sunscreen and insect repellent
    • Closed-toe/tennis shoes- bring multiple pairs in case it rains!
    • Creek shoes or sandals with back-straps
    • Flashlight
    • Peanut-free snacks and bottled water to keep in the cabin.
    • Prescription medications- all meds must be turned in to the camp nurse at check-in. Meds must be in their original packaging.
    • Bible, notebook, and pen.

    Any luggage, bag, trunk, storage tub, or organizer is acceptable. Please note that space is limited as cabins are shared with up to 13 other campers and counselors. 

    • Camp Clothes- Modest clothing suitable for physical activity - no short shorts or mini skirts. Modest bathing suits only - no bikinis (tankinis are okay as long as the top overlaps the bottom).
    • Dress Clothes- While not required, campers enjoy dressing up on Friday night for the “Ranchademy Awards,” the Friday night banquet, and testimony service. This is typically a dress shirt and slacks for guys, and a skirt or dress (please, nothing strapless or spaghetti straps) for girls.
    • Theme Clothes
    • Jacket/Rain Jacket- for cool nights and rainy days.
    • Bedding- All campers need a pillow, sheets and blanket, or sleeping bag for a twin bed.
    • Sleeping bag or hammock- Senior Campers will need this for their campout night. We have hammocks available for purchase ($32) in the canteen.
    • Towels and washcloths
    • Personal hygiene items
    • Sunscreen and insect repellent
    • Closed-toe/tennis shoes- bring multiple pairs in case it rains!
    • Creek shoes or sandals with back-straps
    • Flashlight
    • Peanut-free snacks and bottled water to keep in the cabin.
    • Prescription medications- all meds must be turned in to the camp nurse at check-in. Meds must be in their original packaging.
    • Bible, notebook, and pen.