New clothes are not necessary for Wekiva Youth Camp and are not recommended. Comfortable, appropriate clothing and “broken-in” shoes work best. Here are some recommended Packing Lists to assist you with getting ready for your visit to Wekiva Youth Camp. Please pay particular attention to the Dress Code. All clothing and personal items need to be marked with a waterproof marker.
SUITCASES / LUGGAGE ARE STORED UNDER BEDS IN THE CABIN.
THE HEIGHT FROM THE FLOOR TO THE BOTTOM OF THE BED IS 12 1/2 INCHES.
PLEASE BE SURE YOUR SUITCASE / LUGGAGE WILL FIT INTO THIS SPACE.
- Camper Recommended Packing Checklist
- Critter Camper Recommended Packing Checklist
- Adult Volunteer or WLT Recommended Packing List
- Wekiva Youth Camp Dress Code
There are two Camper Agreements that require the consent of the Camper and their Parent or Guardian. The first covers items of a general nature including respectful behavior, items not allowed at camp, dress code, Camper participation and attitude. The second covers the policy regarding photographs – taken of Campers by Staff, taken by Camper of other Campers, and taken by Camper of various nature subjects. Both of these Camper Agreements included in the on-line registration.
Camper Health Form:
Camper Health History is to be completed via the on-line registration by the Camper Parent or Guardian. The Immunization Record can be attached or filled in. The Camper Medical Recommendations Form needs to be signed by a Licensed Medical Professional. That form can be found during the on-line registration or here. THE FORM NEEDS TO BE SENT TO THE WEKIVA YOUTH CAMP REGISTRAR BEFORE MAY 15th. Adult Volunteers have modified versions of these forms.
- Medical Recommendations – Camper