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Preparing for Camp

You’ve made your decision to attend a week at Camp ROYAL - LET’S GO! It’s time to start preparing for your week with us! You can find all the information you need on this page.

  1. Complete your Online Registration
  2. Pay your Balance in Full
  3. Add Camp Store Credits - Instructions TBD
  4. Get Packing!

Overnight Camp Packing List


  • Close-Toed Shoes [Sneakers] + Sandals
  • Shirts, Pants + Appropriate Length Shorts
  • Undergarments/Socks
  • Sweatshirt, Jacket or Sweater
  • Swimsuit [Girls - Modest One-Piece, Boys - No Speedos]
  • Pajamas


  • Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste/Floss
  • Comb/Brush [Hair Ties if Needed]
  • Bathing Soap
  • Sunscreen/Lotion/Lip Balm
  • Contacts/Glasses
  • Shower Caddy - optional


  • Shower AND Swim Towel
  • Sunglasses/Hat
  • Refillable Water Bottle
  • Small Daypack or Backpack
  • Bible + Journal/Writing Utensil
  • Flashlight

Riding Gear

  • Helmet is REQUIRED for all sports!
  • Scooter: Complete Scooter [Required] Knee Pads [Highly Recommend] Elbow Pads, Wrist Guards, Mouth Guard, Ankle Support [Optional]
  • BMX/Dirt Jump: Bike [Required] Knee Pads [Highly Recommend] Gloves, Elbow Pads Wrist Guards, Mouth Guard, Ankle Support [Optional]
  • Skateboard: Complete Skateboard [Required] Knee Pads [Highly Recommend] Elbow Pads, Wrist Guards, Mouth Guards, Ankle Support [Optional]


  • Sleeping Bag or Twin Fitted Sheet + Blanket
  • Pillow + Pillowcase
  • Dirty Laundry Bag

Cell Phone Policy

At Camp ROYAL we realize that cell phones are a convenient way for campers to document riding clips and photos. While this is a positive attribute, cell phones do come with lots of distraction capabilities. There will be specific time frames where campers will be allowed to have their phones in their possession. If during those times at camp, campers are distracted, disconnected, or distributive while having their phone, it will be confiscated.


  • Any Daily Medications

All prescription & OTC medications must be checked-in to the Camp Nurse at arrival and can be checked-out at departure. Campers are not allowed to keep prescription medication on their person unless accompanied by a note from your camper’s physician (this includes Tylenol, Advil, Topical Creams, Vitamins, etc).

What you should NOT bring to Camp

  • Hazardous or combustible materials: weapons, firearms, knives, mace, lighters/matches, candles/fireworks, incense.
  • Gaming devices
  • Animals/pets
  • Expensive jewelry
  • Tobacco products/vapes/alcohol
  • Inappropriate reading materials
  • Walkie Talkies

Camp ROYAL is not responsible for lost items. Your camper will have a location to keep all their things, and it is up to the camper to keep track of their belongings.

Please be sure all camper belongings have their name clearly marked on all items as sport equipment, clothes, etc. tends to look alike.

Camp ROYAL has the ability to confiscate any items that are a distraction or potentially harmful to either camp or campers.