Camp Taloali Wildfire Benefit on July 31st and August 1st

100% of proceeds will go to Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund and Upward Bound Camp!

We are in need of More volunteers for the benefit!

Please contact camp@taloali.org if interested.

Admission: $20 per person, children under 10 free admission - Get your tickets here!

  • Music

7/31 - Ty Curtis, Old Crow, & Johnny Wheels and the Swamp Donkeys

8/1 - Abby Anderson, The Boys Wilson, and Briana Renea

  • Food - A variety of food trucks!

  • Fun - Outdoor activities for the whole family!

  • Raffles - Get lucky and win big!

  • COVID-19 Protocols - Camp Taloali is committed to keeping everyone safe, and all COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed and monitored. Event subject to postponement due to COVID-19 restrictions in place at time of event.

  • Reserve a spot for vendors- Apply here (flyer)- Food trucks, crafts, trades, garden/plants.

  • Get involved - Sponsors, volunteers, and raffle donations needed.

  • Contact camp@taloali.org to get involved today!

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Candace Davis

Camp Taloali is thrilled to introduce our new camp director for our week long summer camp in August.

A native Oregonian, Candace (known as Cando), is a Student Life Counselor (Dorm counselor) and a cheerleading coach at Washington School for the Deaf in addition to being a coach for the Special Olympics soccer and basketball teams.

In the summer, Cando enjoys camping, fishing, and hiking. Camp Taloali is thrilled to add her to the team!

Waiting List

If you would like more information first, check this out!

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.