CAMPER INFORMATION


2022  BPYC Dress Code

For all Camp Participants at all times

Counselors should handle this before and during camp as much as possible.



Don't wear anything that reveals:  

  • Undergarments (this includes bra straps)

  • the trunk (belly, back, etc.) of the body

  • chest (no cleavage)

  • shoulders

  • armpits

  • leg area above the top of the kneecap in front, bend of the leg in back when standing up straight.)

The following are specifically not allowed:

  • Lace, any type of holes, splits, slits, mesh, etc. that reveal undergarments or skin in the prohibited areas

  • Pants, jeans, etc. with holes that reveal skin above the top of the kneecap

  • Form-fitting, tight clothing of any type (including but not limited to yoga pants, skinny jeans, pencil skirts, bike /athletic shorts or capris, leggings of any kind)  *Tightness is difficult to measure but will be determined at the discretion of BPYC directors if there are questions.*

  • Leggings along with any shirt, skirt, dress, or shorts that do not meet the kneecap length requirement

  • Crop tops

  • Pajamas worn outside the barracks area


*The restrictions are relevant at all times – including Sunday night if arriving early, during checkout on Saturday morning, during sports/activities, praise and worship, etc….


**Camp participants will need a robe or some other appropriate clothing to wear to the shower house.

*New this year*

  P.M. Church Service Dress Code is the same as the daytime code.

 


Dress code note – The BPYC director team realizes that dress code can be a challenging subject and one that is difficult to agree upon. Please understand that the directors have children and youth groups too, and many of us are teachers.  We undertand!  Our goal is not to decide for you what is appropriate or not, but to try to meet everyone at a place where we can all agree or agree to disagree  for a week without too much offense or disagreement about a touchy subject that is not  the most important thing.  We would like for churches / counselors to handle the dress code with your campers as much as possible.  If you have questions or need help with clothes for your youth group, please reach out to us.




What to bring…


Clothing (see Dress Code):

•Daytime activity clothes for 6 days

•Church clothes for 5 nights

•Underclothes for 6 days/nights

•Shoes (tennis, dress, and shower)

•Sweatshirt or jacket

•Bathrobe (to wear to and from the shower area): length must be below the knee


Barracks:

•Sleeping bag and/or twin-size sheets, blankets, or quilts

•Pillow


Hygiene:

•Towels

•Washcloths

•Soap and Shampoo

•Deodorant

•Toothbrush and Toothpaste

•Hairspray / Gel

•Hairbrush / Comb

•Sunscreen / Sun block


Miscellaneous:

•Bible (please write your name and phone number in your Bible)

•Paper / Pen

•Umbrella

•Phone card

•Sports equipment

Please note: BPYC will provide basic sporting equipment. Be sure to label your belongings with your name and telephone number.

•Camera

•Spending money for concessions, crafts, offerings, etc. ($50.00 recommended)


DO NOT BRING THE FOLLOWING:

 (IF THESE ITEMS ARE BROUGHT TO CAMP, THEY WILL BE CONFISCATED AND YOU WILL BE SUBJECT TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION)

•Firearms or other dangerous weapons

•Illegal substances

•Tobacco products (cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, etc.)

•Fireworks

•Portable audio/video devices, PDA’s, CD’s, DVD’s, etc.


PLEASE NOTE: All baggage and belongings are subject to search by directors or security personnel.