Thank you for signing up for one of our camps! You may be asking yourself... now what? Well we are here to help. Below you will find our recommendations on what to bring (or not bring!) to your camp retreat stay with us as well as any guidelines and appropriate waivers you may need to sign before you partake in a specific activity. On a roll? Register for another camp below!
What to bring
Notebook and Pen
Sleeping Bag and Pillow
Personal Toiletries (including your own towel)
Dress Clothes if desired for Evening Services
Any skirts / dresses worn must come to the top of the knee
Extras shoes and socks
Cash for the speaker offering, snacks and souvenirs
A smile !
*Weather can change quick so we recommend layers!
What NOT to bring
iPod / MP3, CD, DVD players
Hand-held video games
Tobacco, drugs, alcohol
Cell phones (or keep them put away!)
Knives (over 3 inches)
Any camper that has special diet needs can eat what they can off our menu at each meal and bring their own food to supplement. Microwave and fridge space is provided and menu information is available upon request from the Red Cliff Staff.
Diets / Allergies
But what should I wear?
Firstly, why does what I wear matter?
When you come to a camp at Red Cliff, our goal is to have you, your fellow campers, and our staff focused on the Lord. Minimizing distractions for you and others around you helps us facilitate a great camp where we hope you can make lasting friendships and grow closer in your walk with Christ. That being said:
Only modest clothing may be worn while at camp. Shirts with low necklines in front or back, skin-tight shirts, tank tops may not be worn. Loose fitting shorts are allowed for guys and girls (no spandex please). Pants should not be skin tight and leggings should only be worn under a knee-length skirt or dress--not as pants. Clothing with worldly advertising may not be worn.
If a staff member finds your attire to not be appropriate, they may ask you to change.
If you have more questions about our clothing policies please reach out!
1 Peter 3:3-4 "Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as elaborate hairstyles and the wearing of gold jewelry or fine clothes. Rather, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight."