• Have a unique experience hand-feeding our American bison, the nation's largest land mammal!
  • Zoo Yoga

    $15.00
  • So You Want to be a Zookeeper? Saturday, September 28, 10 am-12 pm

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  • Includes color photo and fact sheet of your animal plus a personalized adoption certificate and a coloring book with crayons.
  • Junior Naturalists Winter Break Camp (5-6 years old): Frozen Zoo!  

    It’s that time of the year again where snow covers the ground, ponds become ice skating rinks, and the air is so cold you can see your own breath! How do you survive the cold? Hot chocolate? Fireplace? Wool socks? Those things might work for humans, but they don’t work for other animals! Come and experience the Frozen Zoo Camp! We will learn all about frozen habitats, and we will investigate different methods animals use to enduring the icy cold. We will also make a beautiful craft using colored ice!
  • Future Zoologists Winter Break Camp (7-9 years old): Frozen Zoo!

    It’s that time of the year again where snow covers the ground, ponds become ice skating rinks, and the air is so cold you can see your own breath! How do you survive the cold? Hot chocolate? Fireplace? Wool socks? Those things might work for humans, but they don’t work for other animals! Come and experience the Frozen Zoo Camp! We will learn all about frozen habitats, and we will investigate different methods animals use to enduring the icy cold. We will also make a beautiful craft using colored ice!

  • Wild Rangers Winter Break Camp (10-12 years old): Frozen Zoo!

    It’s that time of the year again where snow covers the ground, ponds become ice skating rinks, and the air is so cold you can see your own breath! How do you survive the cold? Hot chocolate? Fireplace? Wool socks? Those things might work for humans, but they don’t work for other animals! Come and experience the Frozen Zoo Camp! We will learn all about frozen habitats, and we will investigate different methods animals use to enduring the icy cold. We will also make a beautiful craft using colored ice!
  • Join us on a scheduled sleepover and camp out under the stars at the Zoo!
  • Curious Conservationists Day Camp (18+ year olds)

    Why let kids have all the fun? You’ll get to meet, observe, and learn about animals during this one-day camp that will help you deepen your understanding of wild species conservation.