Take the survey!

Posted February 27, 2020

Are you interested in sending your child to day camp this summer with COVID safety precautions? We want to see if there is interest with this survey. Many thanks!

Camp Taloali Wildfire Emergency Lodging

Posted November 27, 2020

In September, the Santiam Canyon fire consumed over 180,000 acres overnight, destroying hundreds of homes in hours. Miraculously, Camp Taloali was spared. Our board felt compelled to give back to our neighbors and friends, and has since opened our facilities to the displaced families at no cost. We now find the need to improve our infrastructure in order to continue providing lodging in the off season.

Camp Taloali Christmas Wish List 2020.pdf

Holiday Gift Wish List

Posted December 5, 2020

Camp Taloali has a gift wish list for our Summer Camp Program! You can contact campadmin@taloali.org for more information or if you interested in donating something on this list. Many thanks!

Here at Camp Taloali Inc., our mission is to promote camping skills through an outdoor camp environment with emphasis on communication, leadership and social development of deaf and hard of hearing youth and with other community groups.

Summer Camp for DHH Children

Camp Taloali is a nonprofit organization, we always appreciate donations, fundraising, grants, and volunteers.

Click here to find out more about any of these avenues to support Camp Taloali and its ongoing mission.

Be Involved

Pay $5 to play at our Disc Golf Course or join a DG tournament/event.

Disc Golf Course

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.

COVID-19 at Camp Taloali

Image Text: 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 temporarily remove your mask to facilitate 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.