3. What do I need to bring?

What to bring rafting?

The most important things to bring along are a positive, can-do attitude and a sense of humor. With those two traits you can have a fabulous adventure whether on the water or on land. We are fairly certain, however, that you would like a more specific list of essentials to bring along… Here they are:

  • Aqua socks, water shoes, booties, or old sneakers are fine. Hard soled shoes, Flop-Flops, or open-back sandals are not a good idea and aren’t permitted!
  • Any personal medications.
  • Bathing Attire.
  •  Change of clothes.
  • Eyeglass straps (Very important for those that wear glasses).
  •  Fleece top, synthetic or woolen sweater. Anything but cotton!
  •  Hat with a visor.
  •  From March to June, wear something synthetic, polypropylene, wool or spandex for extra warmth. Do Not wear cotton!
  • Towel.
  • Waterproof sunscreen.
  •  Windbreaker of any kind.
  •  Wetsuit (Mandatory through April. Can be rented for weekend OR bring your own OR rent from a local dive shop).
  •  Any foods that you need for a specialized diet. We will provide a waterproof container for your lunch.
  • PLEASE do not bring glass containers of any kind, and alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs are obviously prohibited at any time due to PA State Park regulations and laws.
  • No large coolers will be permitted on rafts!!

What to Bring for Inflatable Kayaking

  • Aqua socks, water shoes, or booties (Sneakers and most sandals simply do not fit in the newer boat designs!).
  •  Bathing Attire.
  •  Change of clothes.
  •  Eyeglass straps (Very important for those that wear glasses).
  •  Fleece top, synthetic or woolen sweater. Anything but cotton!
  •  Hat with a visor.
  •  Towel.
  •  Waterproof sunscreen.
  •  Windbreaker of any kind.
  •  Wetsuit (Mandatory through April. Can be rented for weekend OR bring your own OR rent from a local dive shop).
  •  Any foods that you need for a specialized diet.

What to Bring for Mountain Biking

  •  Light pack.
  •  Closed toed shoes.
  •  Bike shorts or regular shorts.
  •  Eyeglass straps (Very important for those that wear glasses).
  •  Fleece top, synthetic or woolen sweater. Anything but cotton!
  •  Light rain jacket or warmer top layer.
  •  Water bottle.
  •  Snacks.
  •  Waterproof sunscreen.

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