Learn to Camp

Equipment Checklist


WHAT WE SUPPLY:
Sleeping
6 Person tent
Air mattresses
Air pump
Camp Kitchen
Screen dining shelter
Folding chairs
Camp stove & fuel
Dinnerware/ cookware
Coffee maker (coffee not provided)
Water jug
Large cooler
One bag of ice for cooler
Dishpan
Paper towels
Aluminium foil
Tablecloth
Garbage bags
Campfire Gear
Firewood
Lighter / matches
Campfire forks
Lighting
Lantern
Flashlights
Other
Evening snack
WHAT TO BRING:
Sleeping
Sleeping bags/ bed-sheets/ blankets
Pillows
Camp Kitchen
Food for all your meals (please pack a no cook lunch for day 1)
Frozen icepacks or ice
Dish soap, dish scrubber and dish towel
Water bottles
Hand sanitizer or baby wipes
Freezer bags / plastic containers
Clothing
Close-toed comfortable shoes
Sandals
Socks / underwear
Long pants
Shorts
Long-sleeved shirt/ sweater
Shirts and t-shirts
Jacket / rain gear
Pyjamas
Bathing suit
Hat
Sunglasses
Toiletries
Bug repellent
Sunscreen
Toothbrush / toothpaste
Soap
Shampoo
Deodorant
Hairbrush
Towels
Washcloth
First-Aid Kit
Bandages (e.g., self adhesive/gauze)
Ointments (e.g., antiseptic, burn relief)
Tools (e.g., scissors, tweezers, tape)
Medications (for pain, fever, allergies)
Needed prescriptions
Health cards
Outdoor Fun Equipment (optional)
Camera / video camera
Backpack
Water shoes / personal flotation device*
Sports equipment (e.g., soccer ball)
Bikes/ helmets/ lights/ locks
Fishing rod/ tackle/ fishing licence*
For Kids
A favourite toy
Special blankets/ pillow
Water toys or floats* (e.g., pool noodles, sand toys)
Games or deck of cards
Storybooks


* Personal flotation devices are available for loan, free of charge, at all parks offering the Learn to Camp program.

* Fishing equipment is available for loan, free of charge, at all parks offering the Learn to Camp program except Bronte Creek, Selkirk, and Sibbald Point. Please note a fishing licence may be required. Click here for fishing license information in Ontario.