Camp Packing List

​Before you start packing, Make sure you take time to fill our your Health and consent form.
What to Bring
No Sleeping bags needed! (Bed Linens & Bath Towel are provided)
  • Bible & Pen/Pencil
  • 1 Nice Outfit
  • Extra Shoes (close toed for Ropes Course)
  • Messy Clothes (clothes that you don't mind getting dirty)
  • Water Bottle *seriously - this is a must
  • Swimsuit & Beach Towel
  • It will be hot - so bring plenty of shorts & t-shirts
  • The evenings can be cool - so bring a sweatshirt or a light jacket (layers)
  • Bug Spray & Sunscreen
  • Toiletries (toothpaste, soap, shampoo, deodorant, Medications)
  • Extra Cash for buying 2 meals (1 on the way there, 1 on the way back).  *there is also a great camp store with shirts, water bottles, hats and other fun stuff.

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Dietary Needs 
Please contact your Young Life leader or the Young Life office IMMEDIATELY if you have specific dietary needs or food allergies so we can plan ahead for this.
In accordance with current Oregon state law, any camper under the age of 18 participating in a summer Young Life Camp must check in all medications brought with them to camp to be administered by a member of the medical team.
  • All medicine checked in must be in its original container. The medical team cannot accept medicine that is not properly labeled.   
  • Medicine must be checked in on Day 1 to a member of the medical team between 6-7pm at the Medical Express Trailer located in the Sarsaparilla Parking Lot.  
  • The camper MUST be present when checking in medication with the medical team. Campers will be asked for their birthdates to identify themselves. Questions pertaining to scheduled dosage, purpose of medication may need to be addressed with the camper.
  • Emergency medication such as epic pens for allergic reactions, insulin for diabetics, and inhalers for asthmatics can be kept by the camper.
Prohibited Items 
Please don’t bring drugs, alcohol, fireworks or any weapons to camp.  Phones can be used for the trip down and back, but there is no cell phone service or wifi at camp, so your Young Life leaders will lock up your devices for security.  *we recommend bringing a battery pack for charging your phone on the way home.
Contact information
There are pay phones located at camp (you need to buy a prepaid calling card to use these – available at the camp store) for campers to call home if needed.  In the case of an emergency, parents will be notified immediately.  If parents must reach their camper in the case of an emergency, they can call the camp at (541) 489-3100. Feel free to call Chris at 360-460-4833 during the trip down and back if you have an immediate need, however no cellular service is available at camp.

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Young Life Olympic Peninsula | PO Box 642 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0116

Phone: (360) 460-4833

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