The Zoo in Forest Park Zoo Camp
Explore the lives, habitats and conservation of animals around the world during school break, Feb. 19 - Feb. 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Before and after care hours are available with prior reservations and for an additional fee.
- Animal circle - meet a new highlighted animal each day
- Diet prep demonstrations - see what goes into preparing diets for over 100 animals at the Zoo
- Enrichment activities - create toys and foraging games for the goats, sheep, birds and other animals
- Scavenger hunts
- Arts & crafts
- ... and much MORE!
- Zoo Members $200 for the session
- Non-Members $220 for the session
- Daily rates of $50 member/$55 non-member are also available
The Zoo in Forest Park and Education Center is a nonprofit organization governed by the Forest Park Zoological Society. Situated in Forest Park, a 735-acre woodland park in Springfield, the zoo features exotic and indigenous animals representing a large variety of species found throughout the world and in North America.
293 Sumner Ave
Our mailing address is:
293 Sumner Avenue
P.O. Box 80295
Springfield, MA. 01138-0295
Forest Park in Springfield, Massachusetts, is one of the largest urban, municipal parks in the United States, covering 735 acres of land overlooking the Connecticut River. Designed by the renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Forest Park features a zoo, aquatic gardens, and outdoor amphitheater, winding wooded trails, and expansive views. The site of America's first public, municipal swimming pool, and the only other location outside of Washington DC for the JFK Eternal Flame.
Sumner Ave, Springfield