What to Bring to Camp

Our goal here at Camp NAC extends beyond a typical camp day. We strive to provide each and every camper with a safe environment to grow as an individual and with the skills to create life-long friendships!

Upon arrival, your child will sit with their individual camp. Please send them to camp each day with a water bottle, spray sunscreen (preferably labeled), sneakers, bathing suit, lunch, snacks and a drink. We recommend packing a snack for campers who are enrolled in after care, as well. All camps will rotate around our facility doing different activities based on their individual camp. Throughout our brochure, we offer a sun level key, which describes how much time each camp will spend outside on an hourly basis! Since most of our camps do spend a large portion of their day outside, please apply sunscreen before you drop your child off to camp each morning. We will then reapply before we go to swim!  We will provide your camper with towels, so feel free to leave those at home. We recommend labeling EVERYTHING your child brings with them to camp; Camp NAC is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

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Camper Checklist

  • Water Bottle

    labeled with camper name

  • Sunscreen

    labeled with camper name

  • Sneakers

    comfortable shoes for active play

  • Goggles

    optional for swim

  • Bathing Suit

    check camp description for swim time

  • Lunch + Snack

    peanut-free products only

Bathing Suit + Swim Times

Please check your camp’s description to see if & when your child’s camp swims.

  • Full Day Campers: One hour of recreational swim each day
  • Specialty 3-5 Year Campers: Please check camp description
  • Mid Day Care: Campers swim Monday, Wednesday & Friday
  • Lunch Bunch: Campers do not swim

Camp Rules + Lunch Time

  • Please note, Camp NAC is a peanut-free camp, some children are highly allergic. Parents of children will be called to replace any snacks/lunch containing peanuts. Please LABEL sunflower butter or soy butter clearly so counselors can easily identify it.
  • Also note, that children without their lunch must order it through our Camp NAC program. Campers are not allowed to purchase snacks from the vending machines, outdoor café or order from the servers at any point during their camp day.