Campers check in Sunday afternoon/evening and stay overnight in cabins through Friday afternoon. Beyond the day camp program, our resident campers enjoy evening campfires and dining hall meals, and they 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.
Overnight camp is for campers that are currently enrolled in 2nd-7th grade (2023-24 school year). Talooli’s staff-to-camper ratio is in accordance with the American Camp Association standards, and there is an on-site registered nurse. Campers are grouped by grade-level usually no more than one grade apart.
Weeks and Fees
Registration for Summer 2024 will open on February 8th for returning families and February 9th for new families. Follow our social media for updates and information.
Contact our Camp Director with questions or to be added to the waitlist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete the online Health Form by logging in to your acccont: HEREParent Handbook
What to Bring
When packing for resident camp at Camp Talooli, you'll want to make sure you include the following items. Please be sure to label them clearly with the camper’s name. It is important for your camper to have these things and keep track of them at camp.
*NOTE* We are requesting that campers pack their belongings in a plastic storage bin (labled with their name). Bedding can be transprted in a large trash or laundry bag. Campers can also back a backpack with additional personal items. These are the 3 pieces of luggage that they should bring to overnight camp.
- Sleeping bag and set of twin sheets
- Clothes for five days
- Pajamas for five days
- Towels (bath and swim)
- Socks and sneakers (must be worn at all times except in swimming)
- Toiletries (for shower) and something to carry them to the shower house in
- Extra clothes
- Extra sneakers
- Flashlight with extra batteries
- Bug wipes or lotion (no sprays if possible)
- Raincoat and sweatshirt