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FOR CAMP PACKING


PACKINGLISTAll items highlighted in yelloware available to purchase at our on-site camp store Some items will be availablefor preorder on our online camp storeprior to the summerThe following clothing

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1 PACKING FOR CAMP & PACKING LIST
PACKING FOR CAMP & PACKING LIST All items highlighted in yellow are available to purchase at our on - site camp store. Some items will be available for preorder on our online camp store prior to the summer . The following clothing list is designed as a guide for parents and campers and should be tailored to your child’s planned specialty (see below), and activity interests. Campers and staff dress informally at Pa li Adventures. Our general recommendation is to bring clothes that are comfortable and expendable. We discourage designer clothing for three main reasons: • C amp is rustic, and your child will be active . • A relaxed no - pressure environment gives campers the opportunity of not having to compete. • C lothes are very easily lost or damaged at camp. Pali implements a strict policy when it comes to “provocative clothing”. A general rule is that undergarments must be worn at all times and may not be visible; and that the area from the navel to the bottom must be covered completely. LAUNDRY Laundry is only done for campers staying with us three or more weeks. Laundry is done at the end of the second week of a camper’ s stay, and every two weeks after that. Please make sure your child has a labeled laundry bag for their belongings. LOST AND FOUND Name tags should be placed on all camper’s belongings. Please use the camper’s first and last name. While every effort is made to help campers be conscious of their belongings and return lost and found articles back to the campers, unlabeled articles are rarely recovered. Pali Adventures is not responsible for the loss or damage to a camper’s personal belongings fo r any reason (i.e. fire, theft, laundry or forgetfulness) and Pali Adventures strongly recommends that campers not bring items of value to camp. All unclaimed lost and found clo

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thing is donated to a local charity at the end of the summer. LUGGAGE Luggage should be confined to bedding plus one suitcase or duffel bag. We reserve the right to screen a camper’s luggage. BEDDING Pali does not provide any bedding, linens or towels. All campers must bring their own sleeping bag (or sheets and blankets for a twin bed) for their nightly use, plus a pillow and pillow case. Alternatively, campers can purchase a bedding package or parent s can pre - order one online. PROHIBITED ITEMS Dangerous items are strictly prohibited. No drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, matches, fireworks, dangerous sporting equipment, other weapons, animals or pets may be brought into camp. If these or any other da ngero us items are found at camp the staff will confiscate them and disciplinary action will be taken. Pali cannot guarantee the safekeeping or return of confiscated items. Campers are also not permitted to bring their own personal vehicles to camp. CELL PHONES & OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Cell phones/iPhones are not permitted in camp nor on camp - sponsored trips. The camp will hold all cell phones or other similar devices. Confiscated cell phones may be picked up at the end of camp. Parents are welcome to call the Head Counselors if there is a co ncern or question regarding their child. Almost all electronic devices are prohibited at camp. As a rule, any item that can: send or receive a phone call or text messages, play a DVD, send or receive e - mail or access the internet is prohibited at camp. Handheld electronic games, iPods or other expensive equipment are strongly discouraged. Pali is not responsible for the damage, theft or other loss of any personal items. Key: Highlighted Items are avai lable for purchase at camp or through our online camp store . One week stay • 8 pair of underwear (includin

3 g bras for girls) • 8 pairs of so
g bras for girls) • 8 pairs of socks • 4 - 5 pairs of shorts • 1 - 2 pairs of long pants, jeans or sweats • 6 – 7 short sleeved T - shirts Two - week stay • 16 pair of underwear (including bras for girls) • 16 pairs of socks • 8 - 10 pairs of shorts • 2 - 3 pairs of long pants, jeans or sweats • 13 – 14 short sleeved T - shirts Always needed: • 1 pair of sturdy sandals, thongs or T evas . • 1 - 2 pair of tennis shoes • 1 - 2 long sleeved shirts • 2 sweatshirts • 1 light jacket • 1 hat • 1 semi - nice outfit (for the dance!) • 2 bathing suits • 2 towels • 1 beach towel • 2 set s of PJ’s • Bedding • Toiletries (Please include sunscreen, lip balm and moisturizer.) • Sunglasses • Flashlight • Insect repellent • Day pack – small backpack for daily items • Disposable camera • Pens , pencils, paper, stamps • Deck of cards or community game (Optional) SPECIALTY PACKING Broadcasting: • No green or blue t - shirts! (We use a green and a blue screen) Secret Agent Camp: • A sleeping bag and backpack for optional overnight trip. • Additional long pants and sweatshirts (Paintball) • Closed toe shoes Motorsports / Extreme Action / Girl Power • Additional long pants • Closed toe shoes Watersports: • 1 extra bathing suit/pair of swimming trunks • 1 extra beach towel. • Wetsuit/springsuit (optional, recommended) • Rash guard Tees • Windbreaker/Waterproof Jacket • Extra - strength sunscreen (30 - 50+) • Brimmed hat Dance: • Dance shoes (optional) • Leggings Flying trapeze/ Circus : • No baggy clothes • Leggings • Tank tops (optiona