FOOT Packing List
Recommended packing list for the Freshman Outdoor Orientation Trip:
- Shorts (quick drying if possible)
- T-shirts (breathable or quick drying are more comfortable)
- Light jacket or long sleeve shirt
- Socks (dry-fit or wool is optimal)
- RAIN JACKET!!*
- 1 pair of tennis shoes or closed toed hiking shoes (dry)*
- 1 pair sandals, river shoes, or old tennis shoes (wet)(flip-flops not acceptable for daily activities)*
- Hat (optional)
- Headlamp or small flashlight*
- Bug spray
- Sunglasses (optional)
- Face mask (possibly needed during service project)*
- Reusable water bottle(s) (2-1 liter bottles is best)*
- Toiletries (there are showers at the campsite for daily use)
- Tooth brush/paste
- Glasses/Contacts (if necessary, may want to bring extra pair as well)
- Medicine (headache, anti-histamine, prescriptions*)
- Sleeping Bag and/or Sheet (summer camping can be warm, so a cool sheet is nice on top of your sleeping bag)*
- Sleeping Pad (optional)
- Pillow (optional)
- PB&J: Pen, Bible, Journal*
- Backpack for carrying things throughout the day like water bottle, lunch, PBJ, etc.
- Hammock (optional)
In addition to tents, food, cooking gear and tubing equipment, we can provide sleeping bag and sleeping pad on a first register, first serve basis. If needed, there is a place on the registration form to request these items. If you have already registered and need to make a change to your sleeping equipment needs, please contact the Recreational Life Department at email@example.com.
Note: The above are recommendations. In the world of camping, reusing the same shirt for a few days/weeks is always an option :) Items made out of synthetics (Under Armour, Capilene, nylon, etc.) will dry faster when wet so these are great for getting wet.
The items marked * are one’s that you should not ignore because it could greatly impact your comfort, health, or ability to participate.