2023 Camp Registration Opens Feb. 13
Pueblo Zoo Summer Camp is the wildest way to spend the summer! Kids will enjoy a full range of Pueblo Zoo Summer Camp activities, and learn about our new animals, find out about local critters in the wild, and explore our Plant. Grow. Fly. garden.
Summer Camps include:
Animal and nature crafts
Meet some of the zoo's animals up close and personal!
Special camp gear JUST FOR CAMPERS!
Meal options available
PRICING PER WEEK
Members receive a 5% discount.
The deadline for applications is MARCH 27, 2023.
Recipients will be notified by April 3, 2023.
Each class runs 9:00am - 4:00pm
*NEW THIS YEAR*
We will be offering pre and post-camp care!
You can drop your camper off as early as 8:00 am and
pick up as late as 5:00 pm.
You may choose just the morning care or just the afternoon
care or both. Each session is $50.00 per week.
If you choose to add the camp care cost to your registration
for both sessions, $100 will be added to the total. a
$30.00- Purchase for the whole week (not available day
by day) Sorry, no substitutions for allergies or preferences
You can also purchase a lunch for your camper on
That cost can be added to your registration but is included
when purchasing the whole week of camp lunches for $30.00.
FAQS/WHAT TO EXPECT
Have questions? Click here more information.
So many of the stories we read and watch involve animals that look similar to ones we see in real life, but they often have special powers or something that is fantastic about them. From unicorns to sasquatch, we'll be talking about which zoo animals are most like the mythical ones, the origins of these stories, and create some of our own.
All Hands on Deck
July 31-Aug 4
What exactly does it take to run a zoo? Can a person get training to help them work at a zoo or aquarium? From horticulturalists to graphic designers, there are many people who contribute to the success of running a zoo. Find out all about this last week of summer camp.