What should you bring to camp?

1. Items for your room - A light blanket, sheets and pillow case. It is also recommended that you bring an alarm clock for your room and a fan.
2. Personal items - such as a toothbrush, comb, towels, wash cloth, soap, casual clothes, and light jacket .
3. Wrestling gear - such as running shoes and wrestling shoes, workout shorts and T-shirts. Proper head gear must be worn, and optional knee pads if needed, can be purchased. You should also bring a combination lock and a bag to carry your shoes to the mat area. You should have several changes of wrestling practice clothes.
4. Medical supplies - Each camper needs to bring his or her own medical supplies. Our training staff will assist you in all medical needs such as taping and therapy. In addition, campers requiring any medication should bring that to registration with them. Our training staff will discuss all medical con-cerns with you at that time.
5. Medical History Form - (accompanying this packet) If you have not mailed your Medical Form to us, please bring it with you to registration. It’s very important that this be signed by a parent or guardian.

What is the car policy for campers?


Any student camper who is planning to drive his or her own car to camp must register that vehicle and turn in all keys to the coaching staff at registration prior to the first session of camp. Student campers who are caught driving their own vehicle on or off campus will place themselves in jeopardy of being dismissed from camp without a refund. Parking areas will be designated at orientation.

Visiting or contacting campers

We invite and encourage parents / guardians and coaches to visit any of the camp sessions as well as the end of camp tournaments. Video taping is allowed.
There is no telephone service in the individual dorm rooms. If a parent wants to check in on his or her child periodically, we suggest that you make arrangements with your child so he or she can call home during the week using cell phones.
In case of emergencies, you can also call the wrestling office at 570-484-2805 or 570-484-2304 or the Public Safety Office at 570-484-2278.