Spring Camp WILD

Camp WILD Spring 2017 Edition

Camps are offered year-round and have daily or weekly themes. Camps include games, tours, crafts and dynamic animal encounters to immerse children in nature while meeting new friends. Camp Ages: 5 to 12 years old. Camp Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. 

Sign up for one day or all five! 

3/13 – A Bug’s Life

We appreciate all animals big and small - even the slimy, jumpy, creepy crawlies. And while these creatures tend to gross people out, they are hugely important in our ecosystems! We are going to get up close to some of our very own creepy crawlies to learn more about a day in the life of a bug.  

3/14 – Playful Primates - sold out!

Other than the fact that they are absolutely adorable, when you discover more about the primates of the world, they will surely amaze, impress, and possibly even weird you out. Campers will spend the day investigating these interesting and very smart animals.  This day is certain to be more fun than a barrel of monkeys! 

3/15 –  Join the Herd! - sold out!

While some animals enjoy the quiet life alone, many creatures prefer and survive by living in groups. Can you imagine what it’s like for some animals to form incredible herds of thousands of its kind? Let’s make some new friends and band together to explore the herding animals of the zoo!

3/16 – Feel the Heat

It is springtime – the sun is out, the birds are chirping, and the snakes are slithering! Come out and learn about our scaly friends like snakes, lizards, and alligators, who love to bask in the sun and soak in the rays.

3/17 – Calling all Carnivores! - sold out!

Which animals are the ferocious meat-eaters of the Naples Zoo? How do they hunt? We will explore carnivores both big and small, including some of the most fearless animals in the world. Hold on to your hats campers, it’s going to be a wild ride! 

Cost

members: $49 per child per day
non-members: $59 per child per day
*10% off for multiple days or multiple campers

REGISTER NOW!

Questions? Email us at education@napleszoo.org.