Reid Park Zoo: Winter Camp – Wild Animals in Wild Places (Grades 1 & 2)
Winter Discoveries Await!
Our winter camps will provide exciting opportunities for your children to explore the zoo and learn about our animals and the habitats that they live in. Through special behind-the-scenes experiences, crafts, games, and activities, your children will discover the wonders and mysteries of the natural world!
Dates and Time:
Winter camp will run from 9 am-3 pm on Tuesday, Dec 28, Wednesday, Dec 29, and Thursday, Dec 30.
Each day of camp will have a unique theme, so you can sign your child up for one day or all three.
Advance registration is required.
$55 per day for Zoo Member children (Discount will be applied in your cart after you log in.)
$75 per day for Non-Member children
Please note: Masks must be worn by all participants and Zoo camp staff for the duration of camp.
Questions about Winter Camp?
Call us at 520-837-8200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In camp for 1st-2nd grades, your child will become a scientist for the season and investigate the behaviors and adaptations of the animals in the zoo:
Thursday, December 30
Topic: Wild Animals in Wild Places – Not only are animals different in the ways they look, they all behave differently too! Your child will explore the ways animals behave in order to communicate with each other and find food, water, and shelter in their habitat.
- Audience: Youth
- Genre: Field Sciences
- Type: Camp