As camp approaches, there are a number of preparations that assist in the transition to a happy summer camping experience. To help you with this, a Parent’s Guide to Camp will be sent to you in April. Please read this carefully and if you have any questions feel free to contact us.
Taylor Statten Camps will gladly assist you in any way possible to ensure that your camper is ready for a wonderful, memorable experience.
Please see the clothing lists below to help you and your child pack the appropriate items for our overnight camps. We encourage children to leave expensive belongings at home, although sending a reasonably warm but light sleeping bag is recommended. Paddles often go missing, so it is important, especially for young campers, to purchase an inexpensive paddle and, using a waterproof marker, inscribe on it your child’s name. Reasonably priced paddles can also be purchased at our Camp tuck shops. Life jackets with a whistle attached must also be boldly labeled.
- Clothing List For Try-Out Campers
- Clothing List for Two-Week Campers
- Clothing List for One-Month & Two-Month Campers
- Clothing List for Long Canoe Trips
There is laundry service at camp. To help ensure your child’s cothes do not get lost in the laundry, please ensure all clothing is clearly labeled with your camper’s name. We cannot be responsible for lost articles, but we will try to return anything of value that we find, if it can be identified.
Camper Rights & Code of Conduct
Prior to the start of the camp session, please review our Camper Rights and Code of Conduct with your child.
Transportation details for each camper are filled out in our online application. If you wish to change any of the transportation details you provided in your child’s online application, please email us at email@example.com.
For full details on our transportation, and for a list of buses to and from camp, please see our Camper Transportation page.