WHEN WILD MEETS LIFE
Make sure your child has a wild summer to remember by registering them for Zoo Camp. Campers learn all about the zoo, the animals in its care, and they get to spend all day in the zoo! Your future conservationist will have the opportunity to get up-close to animals, speak to animal experts, and learn to how to protect animals in the wild places they live.
There are a variety of programs that will appeal to your child’s passion for wildlife and love of animals. All zoo camp themes include camp jamborees, up-close animal encounters, zoo tours, themed activities, games, and art projects all set in a nature-based play environment.
Camps are grouped based on the grade level the student will be entering in the upcoming school year after their summer.
After Camp Care: All Grades
AFTER CAMP CARE
All Grades | 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
$65 per child, per week
Extended care is available for campers in all grade levels, Kinder – 9th.
Campers will be provided with an afternoon snack and free choice activities.
Kinder – 6th Graders
KINDER – 6th GRADERS
Monday – Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
$255 per child, per week
How do anteaters eat, what do geckos do with an extra eyelid, or why do kookaburras laugh? Campers will discover the answers to these questions, and many more, using taste, sight, sound, smell, and touch to explore the world around them in a whole new way!
May 29 – June 1* | June 18 – 22 | July 9 – 13 | July 30 – August 3
*4-day camp is $205 per child
Making Mansions Out of Mole Hills
Whether they are deep underground, high in a tree, or hidden under a rock, animals always find the perfect place to call home. Campers will learn where animals live, what they can do to protect the wild places they live, and even design their own habitat.
June 4 – 8 | June 25 – 29 | July 16 – 20 | August 6 – 10
Campers will journey through the Jurassic in search for clues about dinosaurs and their zoo counterparts. Whether it’s T-rex or Triceratops, they’ll explore how science helps us uncover their mystery and how we can protect animals on the verge of extinction.
June 11 – 15 | July 2 – 6 | July 23 – 27 | August 13 – 17