Zoo University

Camp for teens and pre-teens ages 10-14.

DETAILS

 

In Zoo U, children ages 10-12 and 12-14 study more advanced subjects while playing exciting, topic-based games and making new friends at the zoo. Children may attend one week of each Zoo U curriculum for a maximum of two weeks of summer camp.

Please check back in the new year for summer 2020 curriculums.

 

REGISTRATION

Online registration for Summer 2020 sessions will be available beginning February 1
 

additional INFORMATION

 


Camp Parent Guide

Please review the Camp Parent Guide prior to the start of camp. This guide includes important guidelines as well as a chart with drop-off and pick-up locations for each camp.

Read the Camp Parent Guide


Extended Day Program

The zoo offers an Extended Day program for the convenience of parents and caretakers. Afternoon Extended Day is available year-round, and both morning and afternoon Extended Day are offered in summer.

Find out more about Extended Day


FAQ, Safety Policies & Staff Bios

Find answers to frequently asked questions, details on the zoo's safety policies and Camp Staff bios and photos.

Read the FAQ, Safety Policies & Staff Bios


Changes & Cancellations

Instructions for changing or canceling camp sessions and details on the zoo's refund policy.

Read the zoo's Cancellation Policy

 

Classes & Camps Scholarships

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Woodland Park Zoo is pleased to provide limited scholarship opportunities for eligible families towards zoo classes or day camp programs. Summer camp scholarship applications are accepted beginning February 1 of each year and throughout the year for school break camps and classes.

Scholarship Application

 

contact


If you have additional questions or need assistance, please contact a registration staff member by email or by phone at 206.548.2424 ext 3. If you are unable to reach a staff member by phone, please leave a detailed message and we will make every effort to return your call within 2 business days.