Packing List

What to bring

  • A face covering (one for every day is recommended) 
  • Sleeping bag and pillow
  • Bible and pencil
  • Jeans/pants
  • Shorts
  • One-piece swimsuit (or modest tankini)/ board shorts
  • Beach towel
  • Activewear clothes that can get dirty
  • Closed-toe shoes to run around in
  • Sweatshirt or warm jacket for cool evenings
  • Pajamas
  • Shoes/flip flops for bathroom
  • Flashlight with fully charged batteries
  • Toothbrush, shampoo, soap, sunscreen, etc.
  • Camera (optional) the camp photographer takes a group photo, a cabin photo, and other photos throughout the week.

What not to bring

  • Radios, iPods, mp3 players, etc.
  • Portable video games
  • Cell phones
  • Drugs (unless prescription and then they must be turned in to the camp nurse)
  • Alcohol, tobacco, matches, firearms, fireworks, knives

If the above items are brought to camp they will be confiscated until the end of the week.


Any medication coming to camp with the camper must be in its original container and must be checked in at the Nurse’s Station during Sunday check-in. This also includes vitamins or peanut allergy therapy products.

Spending Money

Frontier Ranch suggests that each camper has $35-$60. Parents should set up a digital wallet in our registration here. Campers will be able to use these funds at our camp store and craft area.

Mission Springs is not responsible for lost or damaged money, and/or belongings.

Spirit Days

Campers can earn team competition points during the week by wearing clothes that match the theme of the day. Each day of the week has a different theme:

  • Red White & Blue Monday
  • Tye-dye Tuesday
  • Wacky Wednesday
  • Aloha Thursday
  • Sports Friday

Overnight Camp Check-in

Registration check-in is Sunday between 3:00-4: 30 pm.
Due to covid-19 restrictions, drop-off will look different this year. Parents will need to remain in their vehicles. Health screening and temperature checks will be required. Only campers and staff will be allowed down the hill into main camp.

If this is your camper’s first time at camp and would like a tour of what it looks like before you arrive, we would be happy to make that happen! Please contact to schedule a tour.

Medication and any needed paperwork will be dropped off with the nurse or registrar at check-in. More instructions will be emailed to you prior to your camp week.

Overnight Camp Check-out

Pick-up starts on Saturday at 9 am. This year parents will need to remain in their vehicles and campers will be brought up the hill to them.  

Day Camp Check-in & Pick Up

Monday Check-In7:30 – 9 am

  • One parent or guardian should accompany campers during check-in
  • Health Screening Form –. Please complete and bring it to Monday check-in (do not mail). If you will not be bringing your child, be sure that the person bringing your camper has the completed and signed form with them.
  • More detailed information to be emailed to you 2 weeks prior to the start of Day Camp

Tuesday – Friday Check-In8-9 am

  • Complete and bring the Daily Camper Health Form (to be handed out at Check-in on Monday)
  • More detailed information to be emailed to you 2 weeks prior to the start of Day Camp

Daily PickUp 4:30 pm

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