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Camp Gear
- Tent & ground cloth (scouts welcome to share)
- Sleeping bag
- Thermarest or sleeping pad
- Small flashlight or headlight
- Spare batteries
- Small plastic bowl
- Cup
- Fork, spoon
- Knife
- Backpack (duffle bag is ok for some campouts)
- Daypack
- 2 wide-mouth water bottles (Nalgene)
- Holders or clip for water bottle
- 3  1-gallon zip-lock plastic bags

Optional:
- Camp chair or stool

Scout Stuff
- Scout shirt (required)
- Scout Handbook

Optional Scout stuff:
- Scout pants or shorts
- Scout belt
- Scout socks

Clothes - standard
- Rain gear (pants and jacket)
- 2 T-Shirts
- 2 changes of underwear
- 1 pair of gym shorts
- 1 pair of long pants
- Sleep shirt/shorts
- Cap

Clothes - Cold & Wet Weather
- Warm jacket
- Polyester fleece pullover
- Poly long underwear (top and bottom)
- Stocking cap
- Gloves
- Wool or polyester socks (no cotton)

Footwear
- Boots (waterproof)
- Lightweight shoes
- Hiking socks (wool or poly, no cotton)
- Sock liners

Accessories
- Personal first aid kit
- Handkerchief
- Toiletries
- Camp towel
- Glasses keeper
- Compass
- Duct tape
- Toilet paper & spade for some campouts

Optional:
- Sunglasses
- Walking stick
- Camera
- Binoculars
- Book

River/Water Gear (for specific campouts)
- PFD
- Swim suit
- River shoes
- Dry bag
- Net bag
- Fishing gear
- Tackle box
- Plastic bags

Medicine
All prescription medicine should be in original bottle/container with dosage instructions, your written instructions together with your family and your doctor’s emergency contact information.  All of this should be in a gallon zip-lock bag with your Scout’s name on it.  Asthma inhalers should stay with the Scout.