There is no strict dress code, but we recommend that campers wear light, summer clothing and sturdy footwear that allow them to move freely both indoors and outdoors. We also recommend that parents send a clean, dry change of clothes to keep in their children’s cubbies for the week.
Campers should also bring at least one, and preferably two bathing suits and a towel. If your child has swim in the morning, their counselor might recommend that you send your child to camp wearing their suit. If you are unsure about the scheduling of your child’s swim lesson, please ask their counselor on the first day of the week. Parents can leave towels at camp for the week, and take them home to be laundered on Fridays. We will provide swim caps, but if you would like your child to wear goggles or ear plugs, you must provide them yourself. Children should also have a pair of flip-flops, water shoes, or other shoes that can get wet to wear to the pool.
We also recommend that children bring their own tube of sunscreen, which can stay in their cubbies for the week. While we recommend that you send your child to camp wearing sunscreen. Our counselors typically reapply sunscreen when going outside for recess or park trips.
We ask that parents clearly label all clothes, toys and accessories that your child wears/brings to camp.