December 27, 28, and 29 -- 9:00-4:00
Registration Now Closed
Please read all policies carefully before registering. More information can be found in our Camp Handbook.
It might not be snowing here in Florida, but we're still going to celebrate winter the best way we know how -- by learning about animals!
At Winter Zoo Camp, kids in grades K-5 will have a chance to spend their days observing Jacksonville's wildest residents, discovering which animals love the cold and which ones would rather stay nice and warm. They will also play games, create projects, and meet animal ambassadors.
Pick one day or sign up for all 3!
December 27: Brrrds
Birds may be small and delicate, but they can handle themselves in the cold! Come learn about how our feathered friends keep their temperatures up all over the world.
December 28: Ice Age
Not all animals like snow and ice, but the ones that do have extraordinary adaptations to survive in extreme climates. This day is all about exploring weather that's anything but tropical.
December 29: Hi-bear-nation
Ever wanted to curl up and hide under the blankets all winter? Some animals take the season off and don't emerge until the temperature increases. Discover which animals are more likely to snooze than to enjoy the wintry weather.
Member Pricing Non-Member Pricing
Per Day - $40 Per Day - $45
All 3 Days - $105 All 3 Days - $120
Extended Care Available: 7:45-8:45 and 4:15-5:15 (additional $10/day)
Date Change: A program date change must be made in writing by email or fax at least three weeks prior to the camp start date. Date changes will incur a $25 rescheduling fee per camper.
Cancellation: Cancellations must be received in writing by email or fax at least three weeks prior to the camp start date to qualify for a 50% refund. No refunds will be given for cancellations less than three weeks prior to the camp start date. Cancellations will incur a $50 processing fee.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 904.757.4463 ext.122
Sponsored in part by the Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs,
the Florida Council of Arts and Culture and the State of Florida.