What To Bring
Last Updated: Jul. 25, 2017
Tennis shoes, jeans and a sweatshirt are great camp attire for the evening program as the day cools and the mosquitoes swarm.
- Everyday clothes
- Sabbath clothes (girls will often bring a sundress, boys will often wear clean shorts and button-up shirt)
- Warm jacket
- Rain gear
- Underwear and socks
- One piece swimsuit or tankini
- Towel and washcloth
- Beach Towel
- Soap, shampoo, etc.
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- Brush or comb
- Pillow and sleeping bag
- Lip Balm
- Sun Screen
- Bug Spray
The following activities require special items:
- Biking – mountain/BMX bike and helmet. Also, please check brakes tires, and working condition beforehand.
- Challenge Course and Climbing Wall – Long pants and close-toed shoes such as tennis shoes
- Digital Photography – digital camera labeled with full name, extra battery or charger
- Guitar & Ukulele – bring your own to learn on or check and see if we have one to loan you
- Simple Survival – clothes that can get muddy
- Skateboarding – skateboard, helmet, and pads
- Watersports – one-piece swimming suit or equivalent two-piece suit and sunscreen
Please label all important items (sleeping bag, bike helmet, camera, etc.) with your child’s full name. This way, we can have an opportunity to return any lost items.
Camp Ida-Haven has been, is now and should continue to be a heavenly place where the Idaho Conference of Seventh-day Adventist members of all ages may find physical, mental, social and spiritual refreshment, direction and fellowship.
Memories of Ida-Haven have eternal influence that provide lasting joy. Other Christian groups who use Ida-Haven learn of and appreciate Seventh-day Adventist values regardless of race, religion, color, sex, disability or national origin.