Adventures at the Zoo all year long!
Adventures at the Zoo all year long!
Don’t let school break hold you back from a learning adventure! Bring the zoo to you with these 2-hour online camps designed to engage campers with crafts, stories, interactive learning opportunities, and animal visits. Each day is a stand-alone camp. Attend one or attend them all!
This is a virtual learning class. Registration is per household and includes supplies for one child (additional supplies can be purchased). Each household will be sent a Zoom link prior to the class date.
For more information, please contact Courtney Leo at (801) 584-1713 or at [email protected]
Recommended Grades: 2nd-5th
Location: Online – Zoom
Class Cost: $10 per member household
$15 per non-member household
Extra Class Supplies*: $5 per kit
Delivery Fee**: $2 per class
*Registration includes 1 class supply kit with materials for one child. Additional kits for other participants are available for purchase in the shopping cart.
**Supply kits can be mailed for a small fee or you can choose our free pick-up option at checkout. Pick-up times will be arranged via phone or email after registering.
October 16, 2021
Join us for a morning of spooky fun as we discover the world of nocturnal animals. Bring to light the secrets of what makes our favorite nighttime species so great at living in the dark. This virtual class is brimming with stories, crafts, interactive learning opportunities, and animal visits.
October 23, 2021
Be a wildlife champion for Utah’s native animals! Join us to discover the animals that live in our backyard and how we can live alongside them. Learn ways to be safe in the wilderness and to build your own backyard habitat that can help our native animals thrive. This virtual camp is filled with stories, crafts, interactive learning opportunities, and visits from native animal species.
January 8, 2022
The days are short and the temperature is colder, but some animals are built to thrive. Come discover what it takes for animals to endure the cold winter season! This virtual class will be packed full of stories, crafts, interactive learning opportunities, and animal visits.
January 15, 2022
Sleeping, Snoozing, Snoring – Hibernation is not just for bears! Join us as we unearth the different types of hibernation and how sleeping is important for survival. This virtual camp with be full of stories, crafts, interactive learning opportunities, and animal visits.
April 2, 2022
Journey, roam, and wander as we discover the world of migratory animals. Follow along to learn why animals move from place to place and uncover what it takes to go the distance. This virtual class will be brimming with stories, crafts, interactive learning opportunities, and animal visits.
April 9, 2022
What’s the buzz about pollinators? Join us to uncover the role pollinators’ play in helping the whole world thrive. Become a Pollinator Protector by discovering ways you can help our flying friends thrive in your own backyard. This virtual camp is swarming with stories, crafts, interactive learning opportunities, and animal visits.
Online Registrations: A confirmation will be sent to you via e-mail once you have registered online for your desired program. If you don’t receive an e-mail confirmation, please check your spam folder. For further questions call (801)584-4562. To register online choose classes from the menu.
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICIES: After registration is confirmed, Utah’s Hogle Zoo adheres to a no-refund, no-credit, no-substitution policy. If you are unable to attend, please consider your payment a tax-deductible donation
NOTICE: Due to various reasons including allergies, known or otherwise, we will NOT be providing snacks during classes and camps this year. Please be sure to send the appropriate number of snacks, a lunch for all-day classes and camps as well as a water bottle or drinks for your child. A water fountain is always available and we encourage the use of water bottles.
If your child is enrolled in a day class please be sure to send them with a snack and a drink.
If they are enrolled in two-day classes for the same day they will need 2 snacks, a lunch and 3 drinks.
If your child is enrolled in one of our all-day camps they will need to bring 2 snacks, a lunch and 3 drinks for each day.
There is a water fountain that is always available and we encourage you to send water bottles with your children.
Zoo Camp Registration Additional Info
An email will be sent out a week prior to the start of camp with details and further instructions.
Lunch and Snacks