Nathan Boyes / Todd Hicks
Mostly Flat & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 ( x 1 ) / 18Holes / Baskets:
4356 ft. – 5384 ft.Course Length: Metric
Yes / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
Mach 5Hole Type:
Camping Nearby Private Pay to play
Description: Camp Taloali is a summer camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing kids along the Santiam River in the Cascade foothills. The course plays through woods and open areas on the northwest side of the main camp area.
$5 per person to play (or $20 for a yearly membership). Pack out your trash, leash your dog. Lost and found at caretaker's mobile home near front gate. Do NOT enter the main campground (200' down the road past the course) without permission.
The course is not always available for public use; before playing, please make arrangements in advance with the caretaker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-400-6546 (phone number goes to videophone interpreter).
15937 N. Santiam Hwy.Street Address:
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Local Directions: Head east on Hwy. 22 from Salem toward Bend. About 2 miles past Stayton, there are those "2 hills" that you go over, and then a flat part before passing lanes open again. Look for a brown sign that says "Detroit Lake 30 miles," then you will see a bigger-than-normal green street sign about 50 feet before the brown sign; this is where you turn in. Go straight, follow the road, and you will see a bright orange donation box a few hundred feet before the main entrance to the camp. Tee #1 is down the path from the donation box.