What to Bring

CAMPERS & FAMILIES

Camp No Limits is the only camp for young people with limb loss & their families, creating a network of support for all the campers.

Each camp is unique and event opportunities vary depending on the camp location & season.  You can learn about each location’s unique features under Camp Locations

On this page you will find information regarding stuff to bring to camp, such as clothing, personal and medical items, bedding, etc.

WHAT TO BRING

Below is a list of suggested items that you may want to bring along to make your camp adventure comfortable and fun. There are more details about what to bring and expect in our Camper Welcome Packet.

Bedding: For the most part, bedding at most of our camp locations is required and for twin-sized beds. There are some exceptions however. Bedding needs will be outlined in the Program Information email and sent out about a month before your camp session begins. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Clothing

  • Rain pants and/or rain coat
  • Warm sweater or fleece jacket
  • Warm sweats, long pants or jeans
  • Shorts & T-shirts
  • Long-sleeve T-shirt
  • Dress clothes for the dance!
  • Gloves/mittens for Connecticut camp (sled hockey)
  • Socks
  • Sneakers, comfortable shoes/hiking boots
  • Sandals and pool shoes
  • Swimsuits
  • Hat

Personal Items

  • Laundry bag
  • Plastic bag (for wet clothing/gear)
  • Toiletries
  • Towel and wash cloth
  • Sunglasses/Swim goggles
  • Beach towel
  • Fan (Maine has limited A/C, it is humid!)

Medical/Prosthetic Care (if applicable)

  • Medications/vitamins
  • Shrinkers or ace wraps and socks
  • Topical antibiotic cream and Band-aids
  • Pain relievers
  • Small toolkit for prosthetics (if needed)
  • Baby wipes or alcohol wipes for socket
  • Lotions for sunburns, dry skin and bug spray

 

Activity Items

  • Notepad/diary and pen
  • Book, cards or games for down time
  • Camera
  • Cell phone (reception varies)

 


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