Summer Zoo Camp 2019

boy and girl with birds

Ages: 6 years old to 9 years old
Camp Fee: $250.00
Add-0n Lunch Meal Plan for 4 days is $20.00

Wildwood Wildlife Park Zoo & Safari camps are educational, entertaining, and unforgettably fun! Each day camp is slightly different. Generally each camp includes hands-on experiences with bio-facts (bones, pelts, etc.), science activities, an art or craft project, games, tours around the Zoo, and a conservation message.

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  • Each Camp Week has max at 15 participants. We have one instructor with an intern, and Docents may also assist instructor.

  • Registration requires signed legal waivers for each camper.
  • Current zoo members receive 10% off registration fee.
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Photo Policy

Wildwood Wildlife Park reserves the right to take photos of summer day camp participants for promotions and Facebook. Your reservation serves as permission for use of photos that may be taken.

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Camp Hours

9 AM to 3:30 PM

Camp Dates

  • Camp Week 1 Dates: June 17th – 21st, 2019 (4 day camp)
  • Camp Week 2 Dates: June 24th – 28th, 2019 (4 day camp)

Cancellation & Refund Policy

Cancellations made more than 3 weeks prior to the start of the camp session will receive a refund of 75% of the program fee. No refunds for less than 3 weeks prior to the camp session. Refunds will not be issued for no-shows for any camp program regardless of cause.

Drop-Off & Pick-up Locations

Participants will be dropped off at the William Gardner Educational Center between 8:45-9:00 AM.

Participants will be picked up at the William Gardner Educational Center between 3:30-3:45 PM.



  • Please send day campers in weather-appropriate play clothes each day.

  • Shorts are recommended over skirts and dresses.

  • Closed-toe athletic shoes that are comfortable for walking are recommended.

Zoo Camp T-Shirts

All week long Zoo Camp participants receive one t-shirt free with registration. T-Shirt sizes must be specified during registration. Extra T-Shirts may be pre-ordered at a cost of $12 per shirt. No exchanges are available.


Note: For the safety of all camp participants, Zoo Camp T-Shirts MUST be worn each day of camp. T-Shirts serve as camper nametags and enable instructors to keep campers together while walking throughout the Zoo. Shirts will be distributed on the first day of camp. Campers who arrive without their shirt will be given one to wear for the day, and may be charged the extra T-Shirt fee.

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What to Bring

  • Backpack with extra pair of clothes (just in case)
  • Sunscreen and hat
  • Filled reusable water bottle (preferably with a strap to be easily carried around the zoo by camper

  • A full stomach. Zoo Camp is a “high energy” activity; so all campers should eat a hearty breakfast before arrival. Campers are on the move and exploring the zoo all day.

What NOT to Bring

  • Jewelry, electronics, cell phones, valuables, inappropriate items.

  • Note about cell phones and other devices: Cell phone use will not be allowed during camp time. In the event of an emergency, parents may call the number listed Main Zoo Line 715-356-5588. Zoo Camp is an opportunity to make new friends and develop important life skills.


Snacks and Food Allergies

We cannot guarantee a nut-free environment at the Zoo as guest often bring their own food items containing nuts, and nuts are a regular part of our animal diets. Please disclose all participant food allergies during registration.

Lunch and Snacks

Nutritious snacks are provided in the morning and afternoon. Optional Lunch Meal plan can be added for $20.00 (for the 4 day camp). Otherwise parents need to pack a sack lunch for your child. If your child has any dietary restrictions a sack lunch should be provided for your child.

Medication Needs During Summer Zoo Camp

Camp Instructors do not administer medication. If your child has special medication needs you will need to make plans accordingly.

Medical Procedures

First aid will be administered to campers with minor scrapes, cuts, bumps, and insect bites by our first aid staff.

Behavioral Expectations

All campers are expected to behave in a safe, respectful and courteous manner. In the event of behavioral concerns, corrective measures such as temporarily removing the disruptive camper from the group and/or consulting a parent/guardian may be used. Should a camper’s behavior become a major distraction or is dangerous to others, the camper will be removed from camp and a parent/guardian will be notified immediately. The Wildwood Wildlife Park staff reserves the right to remove a camper from camp at any time.