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Camp Checklist

Sleeping Gear Sleeping Bag Ground sheet Foam mat Air Mattress or Bed Roll Stretcher bed (Optional) Extra Blanket (Optional) Pillow (Optional) Tracksuit (to sleep in if cold)
Toiletries One Dilly Bag Soap Tooth brush Tooth Paste Roll on Deodorant Comb / Brush Towel x 2
Clothes Underwear X 2 Socks X 3 Pairs Shorts / Swimmers X 1 T-shirt X 2 Long Paints / Tracksuit X 2 Jumpers X 1 Raincoat / Parka Shoes X 2 Pairs (1 pair will get wet) Hat / Cap Beanie (Optional) Balaclava(very optional)
Mess Kit Knife Fork Spoon Dinner Plate (Plastic / Enamal / Aluminium) Bowl (Plastic / Enamel / Aluminium) Cup / Mug (Plastic / Enamel / Aluminium) Tea Towel Combined mess kit/cooking item
Small First Aid Kit Band Aids Antiseptic Powder or wipes Sunscreen Roll on Insect Repellent Medication - if any ( generally, this is held by a Leader along with a permission note and instructions)
Other Stuff Torch (Check batteries) Spare batteries (packed separately so they don't short out) Day Pack Water Bottle (at least 600ml) Food (if required to cook) Handkerchiefs / Tissues Lots of plastic bags Cooking equipment if required Lightweight plastic tarps Camp stool Personal tent and pegs (if required) Water shoes or old joggers (for canoeing or water activities) Full Scout uniform Green Scout book or yellow Cub book
Optional Extras Camera /phone (if allowed) Note Pad Pen / Pencil More Batteries (for torch) Day Pack Backpack raincover Heavy duty pegs Sand pegs Toilet paper (some camps) Small pack tissues Heavy gloves Rope Disposable poncho (just in case
NOTE 1: Make sure everything is marked with your name and Scout group. NOTE 2: This gear list is only a guide based on a 2 night camp. The number of items required will depend on the following factors:The length of the campThe weatherHiking or Stationary CampActivities which are done on camp.Location and time of year.
All rights Reserved © Southern Highlands Scouts 2018

Camp Checklist

Sleeping Gear Sleeping Bag Ground sheet Foam mat Air Mattress or Bed Roll Stretcher bed (Optional) Extra Blanket (Optional) Pillow (Optional) Tracksuit (to sleep in if cold)
Mess Kit Knife Fork Spoon Dinner Plate (Plastic / Enamal / Aluminium) Bowl (Plastic / Enamel / Aluminium) Cup / Mug (Plastic / Enamel / Aluminium) Tea Towel Combined mess kit/cooking item
Small First Aid Kit Band Aids Antiseptic Powder or wipes Sunscreen Roll on Insect Repellent Medication - if any ( generally, this is held by a Leader along with a permission note and instructions)
Clothes Underwear X 2 Socks X 3 Pairs Shorts / Swimmers X 1 T-shirt X 2 Long Paints / Tracksuit X 2 Jumpers X 1 Raincoat / Parka Shoes X 2 Pairs (1 pair will get wet) Hat / Cap Beanie (Optional) Balaclava(very optional)
Toiletries One Dilly Bag Soap Tooth brush Tooth Paste Roll on Deodorant Comb / Brush Towel x 2
Other Stuff Torch (Check batteries) Spare batteries (packed separately so they don't short out) Day Pack Water Bottle (at least 600ml) Food (if required to cook) Handkerchiefs / Tissues Lots of plastic bags Cooking equipment if required Lightweight plastic tarps Camp stool Personal tent and pegs (if required) Water shoes or old joggers (for canoeing or water activities) Full Scout uniform Green Scout book or yellow Cub book
Optional Extras Camera /phone (if allowed) Note Pad Pen / Pencil More Batteries (for torch) Day Pack Backpack raincover Heavy duty pegs Sand pegs Toilet paper (some camps) Small pack tissues Heavy gloves Rope Disposable poncho (just in case
NOTE 1: Make sure everything is marked with your name and Scout group. NOTE 2: This gear list is only a guide based on a 2 night camp. The number of items required will depend on the following factors:The length of the campThe weatherHiking or Stationary CampActivities which are done on camp.Location and time of year. If you'd like a printable copy of this, download a PDF version HERE.