Zoofari Education Camps
Registration for spring camps is now open!
Sequoia Park Zoo offers a variety of thematic spring and summer camps for 5-11 years. Curriculum caters to diverse learners and always includes science, arts, physical movement, and multi-sensory exploration.
Sequoia Park Zoo inspires conservation of the natural world by instilling wonder, respect and passion for wildlife.
9:00am – 12:00pm ~ “Cub Club Redwood Rascals” (ages 5-7) ~ Have you ever glimpsed a fairy’s wing out of the corner of your eye? Or seen a gnome duck into your garden bed as you approached? Many people find magic in our local redwood environment. This week we will seek out that magic through nature walks in Sequoia Park, visits from our animal ambassadors at the zoo, and nature-based arts & crafts. A light, healthy snack is provided, but it is recommended that you bring one from home.
Contact the ticket booth at 441-4263 ext 5 for updates.
1:00pm – 4:00pm ~ “Jr. Zookeepers Redwood Rangers” (ages 8-11) ~ Burls, sprouts, and roots, oh my! We will spend this week unearthing what constitutes a healthy redwood forest, from the ground to the crown. Campers will have the opportunity to meet animal ambassadors from our local environment up close and personal, explore Sequoia Park, and discover actions they can take to support the residents of their big backyard. A light, healthy snack is provided, but it is recommended that you bring one from home.
Spend a wild night at the Zoo! Activities include an animal encounter, nocturnal night hike, storytelling with s’mores around a fire and breakfast bagels with the Bush dogs. Families bring their own dinner and sleep in their own tent/gear on the Zoo lawn or in the Learning Lab. Information coming soon.
Questions? Contact the Education Department at ten.o1490328745ozkra1490328745paiou1490328745qes@n1490328745oitac1490328745ude1490328745.