What To Bring/What Not To Bring

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What To Bring

For your convenience, a suggested clothing and equipment list is provided below. Please be sure each item is clearly marked with your camper’s name. Duplicating this list and placing it inside luggage facilitates easier packing at the end of the session. Ample built-in “cubby” space is provided in each cabin for storage.

The temperature at Camp is quite nice, allowing for shorts and T-shirts during the day (85-95 degrees). Slightly warmer clothing may be recommended during the evenings (65-75 degrees). All clothing and personal items should be plainly marked with indelible markers or sewn-on tags. Please limit luggage to TWO pieces per child. Please use duffel bags or any other type of soft-sided luggage. We recommend you send old clothes as most activities occur outdoors and campers enjoy the freedom of not worrying about stains or the “impact of Georgia red clay!” We also recommend that children assist with packing their luggage. Laundry will be washed three times during each four-week session and twice during each two-week session. There is no laundry service for one-week campers.

Clothing Labels: Visit Label Daddy. You will receive a 15% CBM Discount and 10% of every purchase will go to the CBM Camp Scholarship Fund. Click here for details.

*Please adjust quantities below for 1-week and 2-week campers.




***Necessary! Campers of all ages should have reusable water bottles to reduce waste/remain hydrated. CBM Nalgene water bottles are available for purchase online for only $12.

ADDITIONAL ITEMS FOR TEEN CAMPERS: (those campers completing grades 7, 8, 9, and 10)
2 pair wool socks
2 bandanas

ADDITIONAL ITEMS FOR JIT CAMPERS: (beyond teen camper’s list, for those campers completing 10th grade)
1 lantern (battery operated)
1 headlamp/strap
1 pair “old jeans” and old long sleeve t-shirt!
and above items indicated for teen campers

What Not To Bring

All campers and staff may not bring anything to Camp that is dangerous and could cause injury or destroy property. Those who bring illegal drugs, alcohol, fireworks, or weapons of any kind will be dismissed.

Other items indicated below are inappropriate for Camp and therefore not permitted. Should they be discovered, they will be taken away and/or discarded, and we will contact you to discuss whether your child will be permitted to remain at CBM. PROHIBITED ITEMS INCLUDE:

Cigarettes, e-cigarettes, lighters, matches
Cellular Telephones
Pocket Knives
Food, sodas, etc.

iPod Touches, iPads (or any electronic device with a screen that connects to the Internet)
Large electronic games, TVs
Inappropriate music
Inappropriate/sexualized clothing