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Camps & Programs

Camp & Program Updates

NOTE: Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, Critter Club, Keeper for a Day and Winter Camps are on hold.
We are excited to announce that in-person Zoo Camp will take place safely this summer!

Member Registration opens Thursday, April 15 at 9 am.
General Registration opens Monday, April 26 at 9 am.

Please register your child for no more than two sessions.

This year camp sessions go all day and are divided into tiers by age groups instead of grade level. Each tier offers developmentally appropriate lessons and activities that encourage questioning and discovery to build connections to nature as they explore the zoo, aquariums and surrounding park spaces.

Keep scrolling for at-home wildlife learning!

Choose your adventure

Summer Camps
Winter camps - on hold

Wildlife at home

Zooquarium Online Learning
Animal science, live on Zoom!
Learning at home? ZooQuarium Online Learning offers parents, educators and group leaders an easy way to connect kids with science, while learning about a topic they love – animals! Using Zoom, we engage kids in live, interactive life science programs that align with Next Generation Science Standards.
ZooQuarium Online Learning
Nature at Home
Scavenger hunts, arts, DIY science
Missing animals? We’ve got the solution – Nature at Home! Kids learning at home can now explore wildlife online in self-directed learning. Find animal videos, scavenger hunts, nature science, crafts, pollinator gardens and more.
Nature at Home

Zoo Snoozes

Sleep with sharks.
Working to make it safe.
Explore the secret world of the Zoo after dark! Group Snoozes are perfect for organized groups (Scouts, churches, schools). Family Snoozes are open to the public. We're currently planning how to resume safely in fall 2021 - check updates below.
Zoo Snoozes