Our packing list, is available on the Everything Camper website.
Unique Iroquois clothing designed and sold by artists for women, men, and everyone. Shop our range of T-Shirts, Tanks, Hoodies, Dresses, and more. The Iroquois clothing was made from the skins of animals and the fur, usually soft deer. However, they did not know how to weave cloth. Later, after the trade began with the Europeans, the Indians began to use woolen cloth for clothing and blankets. The men and women wore leggings, shirts and moccasins. They also used leaves as a form of clothing.
While we are not a uniform camp and campers can choose to wear what they like, we ask everyone to purchase some Iroquois Springs t‐shirts, shorts and sweatshirts for the times we go on trips outside of camp, participate in inter‐camp games and tournaments, and it makes for some great camp spirit.
Herearea few tipsto help you pack:
1. We recommend the use of two large soft trunks (we cannot permit hard trunks), available on the Everything Camper website. They are superior to the standard camp trunk for storage, durability and ease of handling.
2. Parents are advised to have baggage and personal belongings insured against fire, loss or theft and check that it is covered under a Family Floater Policy Valuable jewelry, expensive watches, expensive electronics and games, etc. are not needed. We cannot responsible for any damage or loss for such items.
3. Please make sure that every single item your child brings to camp is labeled with their first and last name.
In an effort to emphasize appropriate dress at camp, we ask that campers do not wear bikini bathing suits at camp (tankini’s, which cover the mid-section are acceptable). In addition, we ask that you do not pack items that expose the midriff, short shorts, see through clothing, etc. Campers wearing these items will be asked to change their clothing.
Laundry services are on the camp premises and we ask that you send colorfast items only. Please be sure to wash all items before packing. We recommend wash and wear clothing only. Each camper has his/her personal clothing washed weekly. In addition, linens are washed for campers weekly.
Campers must bring their own bedding (including blankets and pillows). The mattresses at camp are 30 x 72 (cot size), so please buy sheets to fit accordingly. If you are unable to find sheets this size, the size bigger (twin) will suffice.
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