RYLA- Camp St, Croix Packing list.
Most of our time will be spent indoors, but there are several outdoor activities.  We will not have outdoor activities if the weather is really bad, but it is spring in Minnesota so who knows what is going to happen. 
Professional Wear - We will be having Tuesday lunch with Rotarians, please bring one set of business casual or semi-formal clothing for the rotary lunch on Tuesday.  All other times are casual.
RYLA T-shirts will be provided to campers - mandatory for daily activities - but you may wish to have your own T-shirt underneath.
What to Bring to Camp
  • Shoes - consider bringing two pairs in case of rain/snow
  • Jeans/pants/belt
  • Shorts
  • Socks/extra socks
  • Sweatshirt/jacket
  • Hat
Personal Items:
  • Shower shoes/flip flops (optional)
  • Towel
  • Shampoo
  • Razor
  • Soap
  • Tooth brush/tooth paste
  • Deodorant
  • Brush/comb
  • Other personal items
  • Daily medications (prescription medications )
  • Sleeping Bag or sheets and blankets
  • Pillow
What Not to Bring to Camp
The following items should not be brought to camp. If they are found, they will be confiscated and returned at the end of the session.
•           TVs, Radios, Handhelds
•           CD players, iPods, MP3 players
•           Video Games
•           Computer Games
•           DVD Players
•           Food (this includes gum)
•           Pocket knives
            Food, soft drinks, candy.  Food that is part of a special dietary need can be stored in the camp cooler.
Prohibited Items
The following items will be confiscated, and parents and authorities will be contacted to remove their child from camp. No fee adjustment or refund will be given for violation. 
            Firearms or weapons
            Drugs or alcohol
            Any tobacco product
Note on Cell Phones
Cell phones shall not be used during activities and may be confiscated, temporarily, if they are a distraction.  If you bring a cell phone, consider leaving it in the cabin during the day so you don't have to worry about losing or dropping it.  Better yet, enjoy some unplugged time and leave it at home.
Parents, please do not call your children during camp unless it is an emergency.  We are going to keep them VERY busy so they will know when it is the best time to call, or you can get caught back up after camp.