Camp Life (continued)

What To Bring to Camp
*    Clothes (swimsuit, pants, shorts, shirts, sweaters, jackets, shoes, socks,
      underwear, pyjamas)
*    Hat, Rainwear
*    Water Bottle, Flashlight
*    Costumes, Musical Instruments
*    Sleeping Bag, Extra Blanket, Pillow, Pillow Case
*    Toiletries (no aerosol cans please), Toothbrush, Toothpaste
*    Prescription Medication (Any medication must be in original pharmacy containers
      and include specific instructions and be given to the Camp Director on arrival at
      camp.)
*    Towel, Face Cloth, Soap
*    Personal reading materials
*    Bible, optional
*    Bug Repellant (no aerosol cans please)
*    Sun Screen (recommended SPF 30 or greater)
*    Bog Clothes --- Bog clothes are old play clothes (long sleeve shirt and long
      pants) for wallowing in the BOG! The bog wallow is a favourite optional
      end-of-camp activity. Please note that the clothes are not likely to be useful
      after this event - black mud is involved!

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ALL ARTICLES SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD'S NAME.
NOTE: The camp cannot be responsible for loss or damage to campers' personal property.
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What NOT To Bring to Camp
*    Cellphones, Cameras                *    Non-prescription Medication
*    Knives                                       *    Junk Food (munchies attract unwanted
*    Alcohol, Tobacco Products               critters into the cabin)
*    Valuables, Money

Allergies at Camp
Camp Staff will do all possible to prevent allergic reactions by avoiding or removing allergens that cause the reaction, ie: certain foods, moulds, insects. In the event of an allergic reaction, camp staff are trained to deal with the situation. Please speak to the Camp Director to advise them of any special requirements for your child regarding allergies.  Lifestyle dietary choices that require individual menu preparation cannot be accommodated.

Peanut Allergies
When a registered camper has a peanut allergy, camp will operate as a "nut-aware zone". This means that the camp will take all measures possible to ensure that no one on site comes into contact with nuts or products that may have come into contact with peanuts or peanut-oil derivatives. All food labels will be thoroughly checked, any food that may have previously come into contact with nuts will be disposed of or securely stored.

NOTE:  If your child's food allergies cannot be accommodated, you will be notified.


  The mission of Camp McDougall
  is to enrich the lives of campers
  by providing quality outdoor
  recreational programming that
  promotes positive self esteem,
  acceptance and friendship,
  founded in a safe and inclusive
  Christian community.
Camp McDougall
200 McNabb Street,  P.O. Box 22082,
Sault Ste. Marie, ON,  P6B 6H4