What to bring to camp
Dekoven supplies linens including towels, pillows with covers, sheets, blankets and duvets.
- Clothes for hot days and cool nights.
- toiletries including towels, soap, shampoo, bug spray, sun screen, hair dryer
- Large top linens – if you have a double-able room and will be pushing two beds together you’ll probably need a few extra bedding items. Ask Heather if you are interested in this option so she can choose a big enough room.
- Most rooms have some kind of curtain or shutters. However some cover only half the window or won’t work if you like your windows open. If you like complete darkness it might be necessary to bring a piece of cloth to use on part of the windows. They do have towels and blankets available in a pinch.
- Some campers find the beds firm. You may want to bring a pad to put on your bed, just in case.
The following are some suggested items you could bring, which might enhance your week.
- swim suit
- electric fan (not only to cool your room, but to provide “white noise” for sleeping)
- Snacks and special diet supplements. There are several fridges and microwaves available for our use in Taylor hall.
- guitar, drum, violin, shakers, etc.
- games, cards
- dancing shoes, hiking boots, tennis racket
- bicycle – There’s a bike trail along the lake.
- warm jacket, umbrella, raincoat, extra shoes in case it's rainy
- alarm clock
- extension cord
- props, supplies for camp show
- gently used women's clothes and accessories for goddess clothing exchange.
- full length mirror (to use in your room and for goddess exchange)
- Items from your home that you're ready to part with and would like to pass on, for the treasure exchange.
- books, CDs, and DVDs that you’re done with - to share with others in our book exchange
- flip-flops for beach and/or shower
- sun visor and/or hat
- your sense of humor and a sense of wonder.