PreZoo Camp 


For children ages 4 or 5 years who have not completed Kindergarten by June 2018.

Important Dates, Times, and Prices

PreZoo Camp is only offered in half-day sessions:

Mornings, Monday through Friday: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
$200 for Members, $250 for Non-Members per week


Early Drop Off
Drop off your morning camper as early as 8:00 a.m. Tuesdays through Fridays for $10/camper/day.
Due to first-day check in, there is no early drop off on Mondays.
Important: There is no late pick up for morning campers. Pick up after 12:30 p.m. for morning Campers will result in additional fees.


Please note that though there may be opportunities for contact with animals, such experiences are not guaranteed.

All Camps have a strict limited capacity and cannot be exceeded. It requires a lot of planning to make Zoo Camp great, so registration will close promptly 14 calendar days prior to the start of week of each camp or once capacity is met.

Summer Schedule and Weekly Themes


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Opposites 

Big, or small? Short or tall? No legs or hundreds of legs? Discover animals that are opposites of each other. (Weeks A, D, and G)

Growing up Wild
Butterflies, fish, and frogs change as they grow up. Learn about these amazing transformations! (Weeks B, E, and H)

Where in the World
The ability to apparate not required to learn about the different places in the world that certain animals live! We'll stay here at the zoo while we explore the geography of where animals call home. (Weeks C, F, and I)


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Have questions?
Check out the Frequently Asked Questions page or contact the Education Department at adventuresinlearning@czs.org!

Cancellation and Refund Policy


We are proudly accredited by the American Camp Association, the only accreditation organization for camps in North America. The Association is recognized for its standards for camp health, safety, and programming. The organization partners with the American Red Cross and the American Academy of Pediatrics to ensure that camp practices are current and high quality. We believe in inclusion and welcome campers of all abilities. Only 7% of ACA-accredited camps provide an inclusive setting that allows participants with and without disabilities to enjoy the experience together. We are proud to be one of them.