WHAT TO BRING

When going away to a sleep-over camps there are a few items you want to make sure you bring.

CLOTHING
3 pairs of warm pants/jeans
3-4 pairs of shorts
7 shirts for warm days
3 long-shirts for colder days
7 pairs of socks
7 pairs of underwear
1 nice outfit for Thursday Banquet.
2 pairs of swimwear
1 Jacket for colder days
2 pairs of running shoes (close-toed).
1 pair of rubber boots or appropriate shoes for wet weather

TOILETRIES
1 toothbrush
1 toothpaste
1 can shaving cream
1 reusable razor; 3 one-use razors
2 towels
1 pair of shoes for shower
1 bottle shampoo & conditioner
1 bar of soap for showering
Style accessories for banquet

BEDDING
2 set of sheets for a twin bed
1 pillow
1 comforter for colder nights
C-Pap or similar needed for sleeping.
Any item needed to assist sleeping

 

OTHER
Items that will assist in comfort.
Assistive devices for communication
Books/Magazines/Paper activities
Pictures to show your counsellors.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Electronics (unless required to help communicate).

  • Cell-phones. The risk of loss is high, and camp is a place to disconnect!

  • Knives or Weapons

  • Wallets, purses

  • Portable chairs

  • Expensive or important items which can get damaged or lost.

  • Bikes/tools.

  • Pop/snacks/candy/sweets.

  • Aerosol containers.

  • Flip-flops (all camp environments have rocks, branches,bumps in the ground etc.). Flip-flops are not safe in our camping environment.

ABOUT BELWOOD LODGE AND CAMP

Since 1946, Belwood Lodge and Camp has provided an engaging, safe holiday experience for people with intellectual disabilities.  Many of our participants and staff have been attend year after year, establishing lifelong friendships and creating a lifetime's worth of memories.

Charitable Business Number: 11880 3154 RR0001

BELWOOD LODGE AND CAMP

 

322 Third Street Pvt.

Belwood, Ontario

N0B 1J0

CANADA

Phone: 519-843-1211

E-mail: info@belwoodlodgeandcamp.com

Executive Director: James Lortie

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