What Not to Bring to Camp
As you start packing your bags for camp, there are a few things you can leave at home. Your retreat is a time to disconnect from the outside world, and focus on yourself and those around you. To help you avoid overpacking or bringing something not allowed on camp ground, we’ve created a list of what NOT to bring to camp.
- Cell Phone and Car Keys – If you don’t need them for the trip, leave them at home. If you do bring them, we suggest you leave them in your room.
- Walkie Talkies
- Knives or anything sharp
- Pets – Not even little cute pets.
- Tobacco Products
- Alcohol or Drugs
- Your Own Harness / Helmet
- MP3 players
- Electronic Devices
- Toys from Home
- Personal Sports Equipment – We will provide everything needed for camp. Snow Days Retreat attendees may bring their own ski/snowboard equipment.
Things provided for Family Camp guests
We’ll make sure you have everything you need while at Glorieta Camps. Save room in your bags by leaving these items at home:
- Bath Towels
- Pack-n-plays (upon request)
- Hammocks and bikes
- Coffee and condiments
- Shampoo, lotion, soap
- Blow dryer
- High chairs
- Child backpacks (for carrying children under 45 lbs during hikes)
- Strollers (single and double)