SAE JONG CAMP
CAMPER INVENTORY OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS
This is only a suggested list of clothing and equipment, and quantity is only a suggestion for a one-week period. In
the boxes, indicate number of actual items packed. Place this list inside suitcase or dufflebag so that camper can
double-check belongings when packing to return home.
PACKED ITEM RETURNED
2 HEAVY BLANKETS OR SLEEPING BAG
PILLOW (IF DESIRED)
HANDSOAP AND CONTAINER
TOOTHBRUSH AND TOOTHPASTE
HAIRBURSH AND COMB
4 PAIR OF SLACKS OR JEANS
4 PAIR OF SHORTS
8 SETS OF UNDERWEAR
6 SHIRTS (BLOUSES) AND/OR T-SHIRTS
2 LONG SLEEVE SWEATSHIRTS
1 WARM JACKET
2 PAIR PAJAMAS OR NIGHTSHIRTS
2 SWIM SUITS (NOT BIKINI STYLE)
1 PAIR GYM SHOES (HIGH OR LOW CUT)
1 PAIR SANDALS
1 HAT OR CAP
1 RAIN COAT OR PONCHO
1 FLASHLIGHT AND BATTERIES
INSECT REPELLENT (NON AEROSOL)
NOTEBOOK WITH PAPER AND PENCIL
ENVELOPES AND POSTAGE STAMPS
CAMERA AND FILM
READING BOOKS, INEXPENSIVE GAMES, PUZZLES, ETC.
CLEARLY MARK ALL BELONGINGS WITH CAMPER’S NAME!
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SAE JONG CAMP
Think about activities you want to participate in at camp. Share this with
your parents and with your counselors when you arrive in camp.
Use the Inventory of Personal Belongings to help you pack for camp. Make
sure you know where everything is labeled and count how many you are
packing. Bring the list with you, put it in your luggage to help you keep
track of your belongings.
Do not bring: valuable jewelry and watches, cell phones, expensive
clothing, radios, cd players, mp3 players, tape recorders, video games, tv’s
and prohibited materials to camp.
Make a list of names and addresses of people you will want to write. Pre-
addressed envelopes or postcards make letter writing easier.
You will not need cash while you are in camp. Deposit all cash in the camp
bank when you check in at camp or have your parent send it in with camp
fees. Know how much money you have in the bank, and budget your
spending. Camp will not extend credit, so spend carefully.
Always listen carefully to directions from parents and camp staff and ask
questions if you do not understand. Remember, you and all the other kids
in camp are what camp is all about. The staff want each and every camper
to have fun, learn, and leave camp with great memories and many new
Remember that alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, weapons, and pornographic
materials are strictly prohibited in camp.
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