Camp Forms - What to Bring to Camp

Dates for 2018:
July 22-28, 2018 and August 5-11, 2018


Here is a recommended list of items to bring to camp. All clothes and other items should be labeled and a list of items should be taped to the inside top of the camper's trunk or suitcase. Bring enough clothes for the length of the session. Comfortable play clothes rather than expensive casual wear are preferred. Please talk with your child about taking care of and keeping up with belongings. Every effort will be made to help campers keep up with their belongings and find lost items, but the camp cannot be responsible for lost items.

  • A blanket or sleeping bag.
  • 2 Sheets and Pillow (unless camper will use sleeping bag exclusively).
  • Raincoat/Jacket/Sweater
  • T-Shirts and Shorts
  • Jeans (long pants of blue jean, corduroy, or other strong fabric - it can get cold in New Hampshire).
  • Shoes (at least 2 pair) and socks. Shoes are required at all times at camp. One pair of sturdy leather (hiking type), at least one pair of tennis/athletic shoes, and one pair of water sandals (flip-flops) is recommended.
  • Swimsuits. At least two swimsuits are recommended. Campers are not allowed to wear swimsuits except at swimming activities.
  • Pajamas
  • Towels/bath cloths
  • Toiletries (toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, shampoo, etc.)
  • Flashlight/batteries
  • Appropriate reading materials
  • Recreational games and equipment (frisbee, soccer ball, cards, etc.)
  • Stationery and Stamps
  • Your instrument (please make sure you label your instrument case):
    • - For guitarists/bassists: if you have a practice amp you can bring it.
    • - String players: extra strings and rosin, a hard case would be best.
    • - Pianists: If you WANT to bring a portable keyboard that is fine, but you do not need to.
    • - DRUMMERS: Tim Gilmore has asked that you bring a compact set (e.g. snare, bass drum, hi-hat, 1 or 2 cymbals & toms).
    • - EVERYONE: New this year please bring your music stand!
  • ITEMS NOT TO BRING: Please be sure the following items, which can cause problems, are NOT brought to camp: walkie-talkies, pocket knives, spray cans of any type, firecrackers or any fireworks, pellet guns, knives, inappropriate reading materials. If you are caught texting or talking on your mobile phone during classes or activities then it will be taken away from you. Mobile devices are allowed at camp but only for pictures, listening to music etc.

    Map and Directions to the Campground

Geneva Point Center

The camp is held at Geneva Point Center. A beautiful 200-acre private campground on Lake Winnipesaukee.

Map of the Campground

Our classes are held in The Chapel Building, The Barn, Pine Haven, and Siftar Cottage. Dining is at the Inn. There is a camp store for snacks and other items. Our campsite is Geneva Woods Cabins, and the Geneva Woods Program Lodges are where night-time activities occur.

Camp Forms

This area of the website is for all the Health forms and other information forms related with the camp.


Check-in is between 3:00pm-5:00pm on Sunday at Geneva Point Center in the Chapel Building.

Check-out is directly after the Saturday NOON concert (around 2:30pm).