What to Pack
North Star Camp is located in the woods of northern Minnesota. While most of our summers are pleasant, the temperatures can average from 77° in June to 81° in July. There are also times when the weather can be very cool averaging between 50–55°. Many evenings are spent outside at the campfire bowl for our worship program. We also can have some very wet weather, so it’s always helpful to be prepared for rain.
All of the camper cabins have bunk beds with twin mattresses. Campers will need to bring bedding. A sleeping bag works great or sheets and blankets and a pillow.
One of the goals for our campers is to allow them to develop through a connection with nature and social interaction. For this reason, we limit the use of electronic devices at NSC. Campers should not bring any electronics to camp. Including but not limited to: cell phones, computers, music players, DVD players, and game systems.
Comfortable modest everyday cloths for 7 days, towel, flashlight, toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, tennis shoes, socks, Bible, long pants and closed-toe shoes (for horseback riding), sunscreen, modest swimsuit, bug spray, and water bottle.
What not to Pack
Firearms, fireworks, alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco of any kind, pets, gaming devices, kitchen appliances, coffee pot, mini fridge, or radios.
NSC is NOT responsible for any lost or stolen items.