WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP

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For your dorm room

  • Twin sized bed linens or a sleeping bag
  • Pillow
  • Towels
  • Washcloth
  •  Shower sandals (if desired) 
  • Toiletries 
  • Shampoo 
  • Combination lock, if you want to lock up valuables (the rooms do not lock).
  • Medication, if necessary, for the appropriate amount of days 


Clothing

 The Overnight Camp is four calendar days long and the Individual Overnight Camp is five days long.   There are up to three sessions per day.  Each camper should pack clothes and supplies that will sustain them for the duration of camp.  Laundry service is largely unavailable.

Here is a list of recommended items:

  • Athletic clothing (T-shirts & shorts)
  • Athletic socks 
  • Undergarments 
  • Cleated shoes
  • Sneakers
  • Swimsuit 
  • Collared shirt and slacks if your son plans on attending church services

Lacrosse Equipment

Campers are required to bring and wear all NCAA required equipment.  This includes:

  • Helmet 
  • Gloves 
  • Arm Pads 
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Stick 
  • Mouthpiece 
  • Throat guard (Goalie only)
  • Chest protector (Goalie only)


Electronics

Although there is no rule against electronics at camp, please keep in mind that there is no internet access in the rooms.   Additionally, cell phone reception can be spotty while in Bancroft Hall. 

If you bring anything valuable, be sure to bring a pad lock in order to secure it while we are on the field.   The rooms don't lock.   We very rarely have an issue with theft but, there is no need to tempt anyone.      

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Drugs, Tobacco, or Alcohol 
  • Firearms, explosives, Knives or anything that may be construed as a weapon 
  • Lacrosse Balls – we will supply all you need 
  • Anything that may get you into trouble