School Field Trips

Bring your class to the zoo for an unforgettable day. Schools with a reservation receive a special rate of $2.00 per student.

You must have a minimum ratio of 1 adult for every 8 students (through grade 12). Any additional adults over a 1:5 ratio will be required to pay full admission.

Reservations can be made submitting a reservation form, by phoning (707) 441-4263 or by e-mailing ten.o1455050540ozkra1455050540paiou1455050540qes@t1455050540nadne1455050540ttaoo1455050540z1455050540. Classes arriving without a reservation will be charged regular zoo admission.

A trip to the zoo is a great experience on its own, but you can also tailor your class’ visit to meet your needs with the below options.

Activities Available

Zoo Tours
Tours are approximately 30 minutes in length and cost an additional $1.50 per student ($30 minimum charge). Available tours include: Zoo Mammals or Zoo Birds & Reptiles.

Visit the Contact Corral
An additional reservation is required for your class to enter the Contact Corral. Each half hour reservation accommodates up to 25 students. For the welfare of the animals, only 15 people are allowed in the Contact Corral at any one time. If your group is larger than 15, you will be asked to split in half and alternate between the Contact Corral and other Barnyard exhibits.

Scavenger Hunts

Scavenger hunts are free of charge. Two versions are available for Grades 1-3 and grades 4-6.

Contact ten.o1455050540ozkra1455050540paiou1455050540qes@t1455050540nadne1455050540ttaoo1455050540z1455050540 for more information.

Visit

Please contact the Zoo Ticket Booth for admission prices. (707) 441-4263

Directions

Events & Classes

Feb
10
Wed
2016
7:00 pm FREE Conservation Lecture @ Sequoia Park Zoo, Flamingo Room
FREE Conservation Lecture @ Sequoia Park Zoo, Flamingo Room
Feb 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Please join us for the next FREE presentation in the Zoo Conservation Lecture Series, “North American porcupine ecology in a coastal dune forest” by Tim Bean, Assistant Professor in the Department of Wildlife at Humboldt State University and Cara Appel, … Continue reading
Mar
9
Wed
2016
6:30 pm Free Conservation Lecture – ‘Equ... @ Sequoia Park Zoo
Free Conservation Lecture – ‘Equ... @ Sequoia Park Zoo
Mar 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Join Jared Wolfe from the US Forest Service and the  Klamath Bird Observatory for a talk about the realities of pioneering avian research and conservation in a country that is remarkably unknown to ornithologists. A reception will be held from … Continue reading

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