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    Information for Parents

    How We Dress at Camp

    At all of our Evergreen Camps we ask campers, guests and staff to wear appropriate clothing.  In keeping with biblical instructions of modesty and to encourage an atmosphere where we can focus on the spiritual we ask all who attend to follow these guidelines.

    Swim Wear

    Girls and women should wear one piece bathing suits or a tankini that 'looks' like a one piece. If a two piece suit is all you have then please wear a dark t-shirt over top.

    For guys, swimming shorts should fall to the hip and not be a brief style.


    T-shirts, hoodies, any shirt or top should not display inappropriate language, images or questionable suggestive language.   Girls and women's tops are to cover the midriff and no cleavage should be visible. Please:  no strapless dresses or tops; this also applies to dressup clothes.

    Jeans, Shorts and Joggers

    Gentlemen, clothing needs to be up to the hip, we really do not want to see your brand of underwear.

    For girls, shorts are to have at least a 4" inseam.   Form fitting clothes such as spandex, leggings and tights, must be worn with a tunic style top or dress.

    Cabin Requests

    We honor cabin mate requests as much as possible.  Please list single names, not groups of friends.  Long linked groups of names are generally not possible to accommodate.


    The health form you receive when you register your camper for camp is to come to camp WITH them, not to be mailed in ahead of camp.  All medical information is to be current.


    Head Lice can be a problem when groups of kids get together.  As a parent, please regularly check your camper before they board the bus or you drive them to camp.  

    Overnight campers are checked by our health team and assistants upon registration.  Campers found with lice will be returned home for treatment and gear cleaning.