Necessary Items For Camp/Class Seekers Wild Camps and are Classes are primarily outside and therefore proper preparation is prudent and necessary to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for the participants, instructors and everyone else involved. Things that you or your child will be required to have before attending most Seekers activities:
Water bottle - preferably already filled. For children in summer camps, a label with the child's name is great to help reunite lost bottles with their owners.
Food - depending on the program type and duration, you may need to pack a snack or lunch. NO PEANUTS! please. Kids at summer camp need a lunch.
Proper Clothing - Seekers' camps and classes are largely held out of doors and weather can change quickly. Plan on you or your child getting wet, muddy, and being outside in the elements all day. Be prepared and check out our info on proper dress for the elements. Wear clothing that you are okay getting dirty or ripped.
Footwear - Although we may end up barefoot (if it is found safe to do so) all participants must begin the day with footwear on. Sandals are fine but we suggest wearing a style that can be secured tightly to the foot such as a Chaco or Teva . "Flipflops" and other loosey goosey sandals are great for your backup pair of footwear but not your main source of protection from ground hazards.
Other Items that are a good idea to bring to Seekers Wild camps/classes to ensure your experience is awesome:
Backpack - Being able to carry your gear on your back versus carrying it in your hands will almost surely improve your experience.
Change of clothing - we often get dirty and/or wet. We are going outside and there's dirt out there.
Extra shoes or sandals - There is a really good chance we will walk through water and your footwear will get wet. Going barefoot in the water is rare at Seekers Wild camps due to safety.
Sunscreen- Instructors might have sunscreen to borrow but we strongly suggest bringing your own, especially if you have experienced some sensitivities to particular brands/types in the past.
Rain gear - Getting wet isn't always terrible but it can be uncomfortable at times. If you foresee not enjoying the rain, bring rain gear.
Knives and other personal gear - Seekers Wild welcomes students to bring their own knives, costumes, tools, nerf guns, bow and arrows, etc. These items however, will be evaluated for their safety and necessity to the theme and objective of the class.
Camera- Sometimes our mental cameras don't cut it. Catch the memorable moments of your Seekers experience. *Please check with instructor about any participants wishing to remain outside the lens and off of your data card. Thank you.
 We will do everything in our power to not turn anyone away from our programs. If a participant appears to be lacking essential equipment, food, water, clothing, etc., we will work to fix the problem as best as possible. This may mean you having to run to the store to buy a lunch, borrowing a lost and found water bottle, etc. Be prepared to help us help you. If a solution cannot be found and a child or adult participant is deemed unfit for camp/class due to lacking necessary items they may be asked, for their safety and the safety of others, to take the day off or meet the group (if possible) when the proper gear/items are obtained. Please see our Guarantee/Refund Policy here for more info.  Items that are deemed to be unsafe, grossly unnecessary, distracting or otherwise detrimental to the program or activities objectives will be dealt with accordingly and action will be determined by instructor or other Seekers Wild staff. Actions taken will most likely be leaving the item behind in a safe, secure location, sent home with a parent/guardian, left in participant's vehicle, etc.