The NEW Zoo & Adventure Park offers a variety of Camp programs for students ages 5 and up. Learn more about our different program offerings by clicking the links below.
- For Education Department experiences, face coverings are required when inside Zoo buildings for some private program experiences. The Zoo can provide both child- and adult-sized disposable masks for anyone who is unable to bring their own. For the safety of guests, zoo staff, and our animals, those who are unable to wear a face covering will be unable participate in those particular programs. We do offer Virtual Programs for those who are unable to wear face coverings.
These drop-off, day-camp programs are designed to offer students a fun, educational place to be when school is closed, such as on Martin Luther King Jr. Day and on teacher in-service days.
Programs are appropriate for students in grades 1st through 4th.
Registration occurs 3 to 4 weeks prior to each program date.
These day-camp programs, focused on animals, take place every year in July and August.
Students may attend up to two dates per summer.
Programs are appropriate for students entering grades 5k through 7th in the fall.
Registration opens annually in January.
These full-day programs combine experiences from both the Zoo and the Adventure Park (indoors)!
Programs are appropriate for students currently in grades 1st through 4th.
Registration opens annually in February.
Designed for 1st through 6th graders, these day-camp programs are perfect to get your children out of the house during winter break, to spend a fun day at the Zoo! Students will meet live animals, spend time outdoors, and enjoy socially-distanced games and crafts. Registration occurs in December.
Students attend four half-days in a row each year in July or August.
Programs are appropriate for students ages 6 through 14.
Registration opens annual in March.