When does Registration Open?
Spring Break Camp registration will begin on January 30th at 9:00am.
Upon Completion of registration, you will receive an email with attachments with more camp details. We are also creating "Parent Packets" that will be available here for download that will cover all aspects of our Zoo Camps.
Our Winter Break and Spring Break Camp is set to what "Grade" campers are in.
Our Summer Camp is set to what "Age" campers are in. The age cut off date is 9/1/2015.
E.g... If a camper turns 9 before this date, even if they wanted to go to the June 2nd camp, they would sign up for the 9-12 year old age group.
Are lunches or snacks provided?
No Lunch is provided, We will provide a snack around 1:30 each day.
Snacks will consist of Animal Crackers
What will campers be doing?
Activities will include: Animal encounters, age-appropriate crafts, learning about various species, age-appropriate games, all while visiting some of camper’s favorite animals around the Zoo.
A General Activity Schedule will be available at Check In each day. These schedules are subject to change.
A day of camp consists of morning icebreakers and activities such as Zoo Tours, Animal Encounters and Keeper Visits. Lunch will fall around 11:30 each day. Afternoons will consist of educational animal programs, snack and afternoon crafts/activities.
Summer Zoo Camp ONLY- We will visit the Warner Park Pool & Spray n' Play during summer camp between 10-11.
3-4 year old Requirement:
Campers must be potty trained.
Ages 3-4: This age group will go earlier than the rest of the group and will only be allowed in the Spray n' Play area.
Ages 5-6: This group will only be able to play in the Spray n' Play area and the Kiddie Pools
Ages 7-14: Campers may swim in the Adult Pool ONLY if they pass a swim test that will be given each pool day.
Lifeguards are trained and provided by the Warner Park Pool. All camp staff are on duty as well. The pool is not open to the public or parents.