Things to Bring to Camp

Nestled in the beautiful West Virginia mountains, Timber Ridge Camp has no nighttime light or noise pollution (except from us and the crickets). The camp offers indoor bathroom and sleeping facilities, but each individual is advised to bring the following items:

FLASHLIGHT is a must, along with extra batteries (we may have a few extras of both, but not enough for everyone)
Insect repellent
Dance shoes (including for Cape Breton dancing, for this year's specialty class)
Dress-up clothes for the ball (if desired)
Bed linens, pillows, and towels for yourself (and extras, if you have them, for someone else)
Waterproof shoes (a lot of dew collects overnight)
Rain gear
Ear plugs (optional)
Warm clothes, including hat and gloves (it can get chilly overnight)
Checkbook and/or cash for your SW shopping needs
Bathmat or shower shoes, if desired
Coffee mug, utensils if you prefer your own
All personal medications you need (we will have first aid supplies at camp)
Personal toiletries (soap, shampoo, etc.) - we might have a few extras but not much
Extra eyeglasses if you wear them
Folding rack for wet towels (optional)
Water bottle (or you can buy an SW water bottle)
A hand mirror, if desired

And...don't forget to bring swimwear for enjoyment of Timber Ridge's man-made lake! But remember: the Camp and Scottish Weekend rule is: no swimming alone.

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