FAQ’s

Here is where you can find some quick answers to your quick questions! If your question isn’t listed below, please email Ashley at info@camptalahi.org or call 810 8441499.

Q: Where is Camp Talahi?

A: Camp Talahi is centrally located in Howell, MI or at 6458 Richardson Rd, Howell MI 48843 to be precise.

Q: When is Check-In?

A: Camps that begin on a Sunday check in at 4pm; camps that begin on a Friday check in at 5pm.

Q: When is Check-Out?

A: Check out is at 1pm on Friday for all youth camps (Mini Camp check out is 1pm on Wednesday); Family Camp check out is at 11am.

Q: Can I send my child mail while he/she is at camp?

A: Of course! Mail Sent through the post office should be addressed as follows: Camper Name c/o Camp Talahi, 6458 Richardson Rd, Howell MI 48843. It is also possible to leave mail with the campers counselor at the time of check in.

Q: My child wants to go to camp, but I’m not sure we can afford it. Does the CTRNC offer any financial assistance?

Yes! Some churches have money set aside to help their members attend summer camp. If you belong to a church (or regularly attend one) please ask if yours has a scholarship fund.  If you do not attend a church, your church does not offer scholarships, or you need more financial help, the CTRNC does offer scholarships (or what we call “camperships”) and they are easy to apply for!

Simply call or email Ashley ( info@camptalahi.org or (810) 844 1499) and include the campers name, what camp he or she would like to attend and how much the family is able to contribute. Camperships are awarded on a first come first serve basis.

Q: What should my child bring?

A: Below is a general packing list.

  • Long Pants (long enough to reach the shoes!)
  • Shorts
  • Shirts
  • Long Sleeved Shirt
  • Bathing Suit
  • Towels (2)
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Sandals
  • Pillow
  • Twin Sheets
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Flashlight
  • Bible
  • Book or quiet activity
  • Toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.)
  • Water Bottle
  • Insect Repellent (should protect against mosquito’s and ticks)
  • White (or light colored) shirt for tie dye.
  • Camera

Q: What should my child NOT bring to camp?

A:  Below is a list of items that should not be brought to camp. The CTRNC cannot be held responsible for lost or damaged property.

  • Food
  • Weapons
  • Electronics
  • Cell Phones
  • Expensive Jewelry