WHAT TO PACK
If packing a sleeping bag, pillow, blanket, and towel are not a possibility due to luggage restrictions, this is for you. The fee covers the cost of dry cleaning which is done after each use.
Go here to rent gear.
Things to Bring:
- Directions to the facility
- Regular clothing. Recommend layers as the weather is cooler in the mornings/evenings. Check the weather forecast and plan accordingly.
- Outdoor footwear
- Sleeping pad (the beds all have pads, but they are thin)
- Sleeping bag/blankets
- Feminine products
- Hair and makeup supplies
- Alumni (bring your necklace!)
- Extension cord
- You will be in a room with 5-11 other women. We provide ear plugs, but bring what you need to sleep well (i.e. eyemask, headphones to use with a white machine app on your phone, etc.)
- Water bottle
- Outdoor Shoes - Lots of mountain space to explore. Deer, Elk and Moose frequent the
- Yoga Gear - Multiple yoga classes will be available. Bring your mat or a towel.
- Crafts or Personal activities- Bring a portable project you would like to work on. Especially during colder seasons.
- Cameras - Lots of scenery to photograph.
- Giant Swing - The camp has a giant swing available, depending on weather and staff availability.
- Other? - Have a hobby? Bring it.
Printable Packing List:
Click here for the Welcome Newsletter which includes a printable pack list