What kinds of things do campers generally need to bring to camp?

In general, campers need to bring bedding, toiletries, linens, and clothing suitable for changing weather and outdoor activities.  There are things not to bring, too.

To Bring:

A daily change of clothes
One set of “grubbies” (throw-aways)
Tennis shoes or walking shoes
A second pair of shoes or sandals for the shower
Raincoat or rain apparel
Sweater, sweatshirt, or jacket
Long jeans
Swimming suit(s): Modest is key!
Sleeping bag (or twin sized sheets and blanket)
Towels and washcloths
Brush and/or combs
Unscented soap
Lightly scented shampoo
Unscented deodorant
Bible (one that can handle some camp use)
Paper and pen/pencil
Stationery, envelopes, and stamps
Bug Repellant
Extra batteries (for flashlight)

Things NOT to Bring:

Cell phones
Radios, TVs, CD/DVD players etc.
Electronic Games
Snacks – they attract bugs and critters!
Alcohol (even if camper/guest is of legal age)
ANY kind of drugs that are NOT Medication Prescribed to you