This year’s camp topics
range from competing in Zoo Olympics and learning all about baby
animals in Born to be Wild to becoming an Animal Detective or
fishing in local ponds! Older kids (ages 11-15) can spend time
working as Junior Zookeepers or even venture out with Zoo
biologists for a hands-on project in Conservation Explorers.
Camps begin June 4 and run
through August 17, 2018. Most camps run 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Check
toledozoo.org/summer-camps for details. Children may be signed
up for one or more camps. Zoo member discounts apply.
The fun isn’t just for the
kids, though. Zoo Snoozes invite the entire family to camp
overnight at the Zoo with children ages six and older. This
nocturnal experience includes animal interaction, keeper talks,
exclusive tours, delicious meals and more. Sleeping
accommodations vary by date; locations include the Forest Room
of the award-winning Nature’s Neighborhood, the Aquarium and the
Hippoquarium®. Each Snooze has a theme that guides the animal
interactions, tours and more.
For more information or to
register for Summer Safari Camps or Zoo Snoozes, visit