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It’s a Pirate’s Life
June 6th – 10th
Avast ye maties! Join us for a week of swashbuckling fun as we explore the ins and outs of a pirate’s life. Are you ready to set sail as we learn about famous pirates and their buried treasures? Let’s hope we don’t run into any crocodiles… tick tock…. time to decide if it is a pirate’s life for you.
June 13th – 17th
Calling all junior scientists! Help us explore the natural world and talk about the natural processes seen in biology by completing experiments based around botany, zoology, paleontology and more!
Zoo Myth Busters
June 20th – June 24th
Come explore how animals have shaped folklore and mythology throughout the ages! Why coyotes are considered tricksters? Do dragons really control the weather? Travel across the globe as we explore animal myths from around the world, all while meeting their real-life counterparts.
June 27th – July 1st
Ever wonder what a zoo full of dinosaurs would look like? Get ready to let that roar out, as campers will join us checking out some of our “living dinosaurs” and learn about their ancient history!
Surviving the Outback
July 4th – 8th
Could your camper survive life in Australia? Get ready for some survivor style challenges, all while winning points to be crowned the Champion of the Outback. Test your capability to build shelters and traversing obstacle courses to see if you have what it takes to survive…
July 11th – 15th
Time to jump into the world of zookeeping! In this camp, we will study the habitats and behaviors of our zoo’s residents. Campers will observe our ambassador animals, learning about training, and discover what animals need to lead healthy, fulfilling lives here at our park.
Where the Wild Things Live
July 18th – 22nd
Calling all backyard explorers! Are you interested in helping your backyard ecosystem thrive? Join us as we navigate the ins and outs of planting native pollinator gardens, making bug hotels, and building bird feeders and toad abodes in order to better understand our native Florida wildlife.
Feasts for the Beasts
July 25th – 29th
The hungry caterpillar called, and they’re ready for a snack! Join us as we discuss the different types of animal diets and the adaptations needed to eat all the weird, and sometimes gross looking food.
August 1st – 5th
Ever wonder which animals can fly the fastest? Run the farthest? What about who is the cleanest or who can survive in the harshest conditions? Join us for the most extreme camp to answer some of these questions about the most extreme animals in the world!
Weekly Cost: $270 for members, $300 for non-members.
What your camper needs: Please have your camper bring a small bag with anything may need for the day. Suggested pack list – water bottle, closed-toe shoes, weather and outdoor camp appropriate clothing, jacket (if needed), lunch and snacks (if needed), daily medications.