Campers all participate in "Do You Love Your Neighbor?"
1. Lunch and beverage in a paper
sack or soft reusable lunch bag. No hard sided lunch boxes please!
We also offer tasty and healthy camp lunches through
2. Water bottle
3.Sweatshirt for cool mornings
4. A hat for protection from the sun, plus sunscreen if your camper burns easily
5. A day pack to carry the above items and any other essential items
6. If you would like to send a treat with your camper, it is a Roughing It and Acteeva tradition to send a watermelon!
1. Anything electronic: iPods,
Cell Phones, Video Games, CD Players, Webkins
3. Jewelry & Makeup
4. Sports Equipment
5. Trading Cards
6. Pets or any other living animal
7. Anything else not mentioned on the "What to Bring to Camp" list
Acteeva accepts no responsibility for the loss or damage of any of these "contraband" items.
We recommend parents keep lunches nutritious. Include enough so that your camper has something extra for a mid-morning snack. Kid Chow offers prepared lunches for an additional cost.
Camp is a wonderful chance for children, but it takes a lot of energy and that is why getting enough sleep is essential to having enough energy to participate in a day of camp. Dr. Tracy Totter, one of our camp doctors, recommends the following amounts of sleep needed Sunday through Thursday:
For all campers arriving home from camp, we recommend a brief rest time of 10 to 20 minutes in a quiet place like on their beds (not in front of the TV). We even recommend this for our staff!