Summer Camp

Invest in Your Child’s Future

Unplugged from modern technology, life at Camp Talooli is rich in opportunities to grow experientially.
At Camp Talooli, children:

  • Play and grow up outdoors
  • Live in small groups with other children
  • Are nurtured by a caring and experienced community of adults

Parents report that when their children return home from Camp Talooli, they:

  • Are more caring
  • Understand the importance of working as a group and giving to others
  • Are more equipped to stand up for what they know is right
  • Take on more responsibility










Monday through Friday, campers arrive by bus (TBD for 2022) and car to enjoy the full camp program.  All campers enjoy swimming, boating, nature, arts and crafts, the challenge course, music, campfire cooking, and special daily programs.  Day campers must have completed kindergarten and be no older than 12 years old.  Campers are grouped by grade-level usually no more than one grade apart.


Camp Talooli offers 7 weeks of summer day camp for preschool-aged campers. Monday through Friday, campers arrive by bus (TBD for 2022) and car to enjoy a full-day program.

The Pre-K Day Camp program differs slightly from our typical day camp program in order to meet the social and developmental needs of this population. However, they still get to participate in all of our typical day camp activities (e.g. daily swimming and boating, fishing, archery, arts & crafts, nature education, etc). With a maximum of 8 campers per week, this program will have two full-time counselors that work together to lead, teach, and support the Pre-K program.


Campers check in Sunday evening and stay overnight in cabins through Friday afternoon.  Beyond the day camp program, our resident campers enjoy evening campfires, dining hall meals, and learn to live and make decisions with other children their own age.  Small groups of campers bond with one counselor for the week in our traditional cabins. Resident campers must have completed second grade.  Campers are grouped by grade-level usually no more than one grade apart.


The CIT program is a national leadership program for teenagers interested in working with children in a camp setting.  The three-year program begins with a week of resident camp at 13 years old, another week of resident camp at 14 years old, and then two weeks of shadowing at 15 years old.  Those graduating from the CIT program are eligible to apply for a day camp counselor position the following summer, at 16 years old.