This summer, the Zoo School at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo is headquarters for more than 100 week-long camps for students who have completed K-8th grades. Kids and teens can learn about nature, science and the animal kingdom while hiking through the Zoo, exploring behind-the-scenes and cooling off in the Zoo's water play areas. Adventure camps include animal encounters, keeper talks, educational shows, games, crafts and more.
A typical day at Summer Camp Includes:
?Classroom lessons with pictures and artifacts
?Daily animal encounter or animal enrichment
?Activities based on the weekly camp theme
?Arts and crafts projects
Camp begins PROMPTLY at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you need to drop your child off before 8:55 a.m. or pick them up after 4 p.m. you MUST sign up for Extended Care.
General Summer Camps
Annual Zoo Pass Holder: $170/child per week
Non-Zoo Pass Holder: $/190child per week
Annual Zoo Pass Holder: $185/child per week
Non-Zoo Pass Holder: $195/child per week
*We loan Fisher Price Kid Tough digital cameras, but if you would like to use your own personal camera, feel free to bring it along.
Animal Handling/Animal Trainer Camps
Annual Zoo Pass Holder: $200/child per week
Non-Zoo Pass Holder: $220/child per week
Saddle Up Camps
Exclusive camps for grades 4-8.
Annual Zoo Pass Holder: $355/child per week
Non-Zoo Pass Holder: $355/child per week
Morning: 7-9 a.m., $25/week
Afternoon: 4-6 p.m., $25/week
Extended care can only be for the entire week. We do not prorate the price of extended care.
For a complete list of camps and registration information, log on to www.lowryparkzoo.com!