Vacation Week Camp at the Zoo February 20-24 It’s Always An Adventure – even in the winter at the zoo!
Don’t keep the children inside during February school vacation week – send them to Roger Williams Park Zoo vacation week camp. ZooCamp is one of our most popular programs, and it’s no wonder why –it’s the wildest way to spend a week during school vacation! Children ages 4 – 13 can have a blast during winter, spring and summer school vacations with a week of games, full day crafts, hands-on and inquiry driven activities, encounters with wild animal ambassadors and tours of the Zoo! Children ages 4-5 enjoy Tadpole Academy while kids 6-11 enjoy their days in Winter Adventures camp.
Winter Tadpole Academy
Theme: Storybook Adventures
AM: Michael Dahl
Full of animal-inspired super heroes, goofy monsters and hilarious jokes all inspired by the animal kingdom, Michael Dahl’s books are sweet, silly and tons of fun!
PM: Denise Fleming
From Underground to the Tall, Tall Grass, from the farm to the woods, Denise Fleming’s books explore the world in a whimsical, colorful way!
Instead of keeping the kids inside during February school vacation, send them to Winter Adventures where your child will be engaged in a full day of crafts, hands-on and inquiry driven activities, encounters with wild animal ambassadors and even bundled-up tours of the Zoo where each camper will get a chance to feed the goats in the Alex and Ani Farmyard. Please note: Only campers that attend all 5 days will receive a t-shirt and ZooCamp Access Pass.
THEME: SUPER SENSES
Our five senses tell us what we need to know about the world around us. Animals need this information to hunt, navigate and survive in ever-changing environments. Animals might see with their ears, taste with feet, or even smell with their tongues!
Camp hours are 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Monday – Friday.
All 5 days: Members: $270 / Non-members: $295 ~ Per Day: Members: $64 / Non-members: $72 (Note: Daily registration is only available for Winter Adventures)
Roger Williams Park Zoo, one of the oldest in the nation, is Rhode Island’s number one outdoor family and tourist attraction, and is a leader in conservation efforts undertaken by a zoo of its size. The Zoo has received numerous awards for environmental education, and conservation work done locally and around the world, caring for species that without human intervention would face certain extinction. Roger Williams Park Zoo is supported and managed by the Rhode Island Zoological Society, and is owned by the City of Providence.