What your child needs to bring to camp will vary on the camp type, length of stay and your child's age. The needs for overnight camp are also more extensive than those for day camp, but here's a helpful general guide to get you started.
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The camp you and your child choose should be able to also provide you with a packing list of suggested items, so be sure to ask them. Detailed printable packing lists are available here:
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