WHAT TO EXPECT
Whether you have camped with us before, or this is your first time visiting, we welcome you! All you need to know about coming to camp, what to bring and what to expect can be found here.
COMING TO VISIT us?
Camp is an awesome experience! We can’t wait for you and/or your children to come and experience Forest Glen. We know that while camp can be exciting, it can also bring questions, especially if it is your child’s first time away. This information is to help you and your child know what to expect while staying with us.
What to bring
- Twin Blanket & Twin Sheets
- *A Sleeping Bag Also Works Great
- Pen or Pencil
- Insect Repellent
- Light Jacket or Sweatshirt
- Water Bottle
- Fishing Equipment
- Money for Camp Store
- Rain Gear
Appropriate Clothing for Ropes and Water Activities:
Shoes with backstraps must be worn on the High Ropes Course and Rockwall.
Appropriate clothing must be worn at the lake and pool.
Boys/Men swim shorts bust be at least finger tip length.
Girls/Ladies must wear a one piece or a two piece with a t-shirt.
Forest Glen has a camp store (affectionately called The Broken Paddle) on both the Northshore and Lakeside areas of camp. If your group chooses to have us open the store, you can expect to find a variety of goodies from Forest Glen swag, Ice-cream, Coffee and an assortment of other sweets and treats. Prices range from $1 – $25.
Forest Glen overnight campers stay in bunk-style housing. Campers should bring their own bedding. Please check the packing list for your specific camp for more details.
Dining At Camp
Our food service teams provide some of the best camp meals around. We know you won’t go hungry at Forest Glen. Even if you have food allergies we accommodate you to the best of our ability, because we know a happy stomach means a satisfied guest.