Packing List


Hey, what do I need to bring to a Key Leader weekend?

-A sense of adventure, and a smile of course

-Sleeping Bag, large or small, but something to sleep in

-Pillow, and a blanket if you would like

-Closed-toe shoes, sneakers or tennis shoes; Flip-flops for      showers ONLY

-Jeans or comfortable pants, and shorts if the weather is nice

-Tee shirts or long sleeved tees depending on time of year and    location

-Sweatshirts or a light jacket, we will be spending time outdoors

-Clothes to sleep in, appropriate pajamas or sweats please

-Flashlight, if you have one

-Toiletries (toothbrush and toothpaste are not optional)

-A towel, a beach towel or an old towel will do for a camp shower 

-Raingear if the forecast predicts dark skies

-A small picture of yourself to attach to your Key Leader mailbox on  Friday evening.

Community Values (parent/legal guardian and participant  signature)

-Medical Form (parent/legal guardian and participant signature)

-Medication that you need for the weekend (please list on Medical  form)

-Ropes Release form (not every camp requires this additional form,  but if it is attached to your confirmation e-mail then you will need  to have this signed by a parent or legal guardian too)



Note:  most camp and conference centers do NOT allow food in cabins and dorm spaces, primarily because creatures have a great sense of smell, and don’t often ask to be invited in before they take over.  We will be providing plenty of great meals and snacks during the entire weekend.  If you have a request for special meals or snacks, please don’t hesitate to ask, and we will try our hardest to accommodate your needs.



Additionally, Key Leader is not responsible for any loss or damage to personal property. Please do not bring expensive personal items to camp such as an iPod, a Blackberry, or even extra cash.  

Supporting Key Leaders since 2005