Zoo Camp is on for 2021. What's new this year?
We're offering camps for grades JK through 5th grade, and we've reduced our overall capacity. Register early to grab your spots!
We now have payment plan options available as well as refund insurance. We highly recommend taking advantage of purchase protection in case your plans change. Otherwise, cancellation and transfer fees will apply.
We're focusing on outdoor learning as much as possible. Camps with a focus on nature exploration will foster an appreciation for the outdoors and encourage creativity, observation, and positive interactions with the natural world. Select camp grade level according to the grade level your child will enter in the 2021-2022 school year.
We are taking extra precautions by having smaller class sizes, sanitizing daily, and staying in our classroom for lunch to keep exposure to other classes at a minimum. We are monitoring the CDC and Shelby County Health Department guidelines regularly.
To attend, child must be at least 4 years old and potty-trained.
$235 members / $265 non-members
We use our senses to navigate the world around us. Come explore using your senses with us in nature play activities.
(June 7-11, June 28-July 2, July 19-23)
Big, Small, Short & Tall
Learn all about animal opposites and discover how every animal- short, tall, big or small-has an important role in their ecosystem.
(June 14-18, July 5-9, July 26-30)
Wild About Growing Up
All animals grow up eventually, and they have lots the learn along the way.
(June 21-25, July 12-16, August 2-6)
Exploring nature is important in our every day lives. Come explore the benefits of incorporating indoor learning outdoors.
See which animals swing through the treetops and stomp the forest floor while we explore this amazing habitat.
With the summer olympics rescheduled for 2021, come learn about some amazing animals that could go for the gold this year.
Tracking Animals: A Field Study
Come join us as we learn how to get outdoors and find animals in their natural habitat, like exploring in your own backyard.
Animal Myth Busters
Do you think owls can turn their heads all the way around? Come join us to find out about this and many other myths of the animal kingdom!
Leader of the Pack
Come see if you have what it takes to be a leader. We'll examine the social structures of animal groups and learn what it takes to be the head of the animal world.
7:45 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Need some extra time before or after our camp day? We've got you covered! Register for Extended Care and use as much or as little, before or after camp, as you need throughout the week. We'll keep your kiddos engaged while you navigate your busy schedule.
Choose between pre-set menu options for your little herbivores (vegetarian) or omnivores (meat and veggies).
Meat base menu includes:
Vegetarian menu includes:
All meals come with choice of juice, water or milk.