Zoo Camp

Our Summer Zoo Camp program is accredited by the American Camp Association and continues to grow and develop so we can give your Camper the best experiences we can provide. Campers age 4 to 14 will explore animals and the natural world in fun, engaging, age-appropriate settings through activities, encounters, games, art, and science inquiry. The best part? It all happens at the zoo! Become a member and receive a special member discount!

Notice:
 
Zoo Camp registration for Summer 2015 is now closed. Thank you so much for your interest in Zoo Camp. Please watch this page for details coming soon about Winter Camp 2015! 


Click here to download the 2015 Zoo Camp Medical Waiver
 

1: 2015 Zoo Camp Schedule

Registration for Zoo Camp 2015 is now closed. Thank you very much for your interest in Zoo Camp. Watch this page for updates about Winter Camp here at Brookfield Zoo! 

- All Camps run Monday through Friday.
- Half-day morning sessions run from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
- Half-day afternoon sessions run from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Full-day sessions run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

2: Zoo Camp General Info

Click the links below for more information specific to each Zoo Camp (opens in new window). Here you find information on times, prices, and descriptions of weekly themes. Please choose your Camp based on the grade your child is completing in the 2014-2015 school year.

3: Zoo Camp Session Availability

Registration for Zoo Camp 2015 is now closed. Thank you very much for your interest in Zoo Camp. Watch this page for updates about Winter Camp here at Brookfield Zoo!
 
Questions? Comments? Feedback?

We highly value you, our guests, and welcome written feedback as to how we can provide the best experience possible. You are encouraged to share suggestions and thoughts with us via e-mail to adventuresinlearning@czs.org



Cancellation and Refund Policy

 
 




We are proud to announce our new partnership with the National Inclusion Project to benefit Zoo Campers with special needs, including physical disabilities, autism, sensory processing disorders, and attention deficit disorders.