Summer Camp 2022

Camp Taloali Summer Camp in 2022! Save the date!

Staff Training July 26-30, 2022

Session 1 July 31-August 6, 2022

Session 2 August 7-13, 2022

Application will open on November 1, 2021 - Read more

Now Hiring Property Manager

Responsible for the development, maintenance, and repair of the camp's buildings, grounds, equipment, and other facilities consistent with the mission and established policies and procedures of the camp. Competitive pay!

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Camp Taloali is 111 acres abutting the beautiful North Santiam River, with mixed meadows and forests. It hosts a summer camp programs for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and youth. It also offers a popular 18 hole disc golf course, lodging in cabins and bunkhouses, and a mix of full/partial RV hookups. The large pavilion and grounds are a favorite for family celebrations, festivals, cosplay, retreats, church camps and private group camps.


The summer camp program is a magical world of challenge and excitement where campers learn new skills, set goals, care for the earth and share new experiences with both old and new friends. Taloali campers develop confidence in their abilities as they discover hidden strengths and learn from mistakes. Most of all, campers learn the magic fun, excitement, adventure, challenge, friendship, memories, and much more.

Face covering requirements: Starting June 24, face coverings are required for indoor public spaces. Camp Taloali strongly encourages the use of face mask, hand-washing, and proper social distancing. We ask our guest and staff to follow guidance provided by the CDC, State and County Health Departments. Facemasks can be a barrier to communication for the Deaf and hard of hearing. if you are asked to remporarily remove your mask to faciliate communication, please remember to maintain proper social distancing. This requirement does not apply to: 1) people with a disability that prevents them from wearing a mask. 2) Children under 12 years of age. 3) People with a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask. For more information, visit healthoregon.org/coronavirus or call 211.