Themes stretch from penguins and polar bears to dinosaurs and
fishing expeditions. Older kids (ages 11-14) can spend time
working as Junior Zookeepers in
Nature’s Neighborhood, the award-winning children’s zoo, or
they can become Junior Field Researchers and venture out with
Zoo staff for hands-on conservation projects throughout the
The fun isn’t just for the kids, though.
Family Snoozes invite families to camp
overnight at the Zoo with children (ages 5 and older). This
fast-paced overnight experience includes animal interaction,
keeper talks, exclusive tours, meals and more. Sleeping
accommodations vary from sleeping in the Forest Room of Nature’s
Neighborhood to camping in tents on Zoo grounds. Each Snooze has
a theme that directs the animal interactions, tours and more.
For more information about Summer Safari Camps or Zoo Snoozes,
Get a preview of your summer fun
May 23-25, when the all-new
Penguin Beach opens. You’ll get closer than ever to the
penguins with dynamic underwater viewing and a path that leads
you right through the exhibit.