Zoo camp will immerse your keiki in the vast and unique world of animals. Campers will gain a wealth of knowledge about different animals and the environments in which they live. A different theme is highlighted each week and campers learn through hands-on lessons complete with biofacts, interactive activities, crafts and games. Our camps are broken up into three age groups and curriculum is designed to meet Hawaii’s K-12 education standards.
Keiki ages 5 & 6 will register for the Menehune camp.
Keiki ages 7 & 8 will register for the ‘Imi loa camp.
Keiki ages 9 – 11 will register for the Koa camp
2020 Spring Camp
March 16th – March 20th: Animal Adaptations:
From how they move to how they blend into their environment, animals are designed for survival. Let’s take a closer look at how adaptation plays an important role in the daily lives of animals.
March 23rd – March 27th: Zoo-lympics:
How fast can an African Wild Dog run? How high can a tiger jump? How do some animals work together as a team? Learn all about animal champions and go for the gold this week!
Registration opens to members on Thursday, January 2nd (12pm). Registration closes on Thursday, March (3pm).
Registration opens to non-members on Monday, January 6th (12pm). Registration closes on Thursday, March 12th (3pm).
2020 Summer Camp!
June 1st – June 5th
June 8th – June 12th
June 15th – 19th
June 22nd – June 26th
June 29th – July 3rd
July 6th – July 10th
July 13th – July 17th
July 20th – July 24th
July 27th – July 31st
August 3rd – August 7th
August 10th – August 14th
August 17th – August 21st
Registration opens to members on Thursday, March 5th (12pm). Registration closes the Thursday at 3 pm before each session begins.
Registration opens to non-members on Monday, March 9th (12pm). Registration closes the Thursday at 3 pm before each session begins.
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8AM – 2:30PM
2:30PM – 5:30PM
Have any questions?
Our camps fill up quickly, If the date and age group you are interested in is not available please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be automatically added to our waitlist. Please include your Name, Childs Age, Program Start Date, and a contact number for us to reach you at. Mahalo!
A junior leader supports the Zoo Society’s Camp programs by helping the instructors with classroom activities and excursions on Zoo grounds. They provide extra attention to campers and assistance with projects such as wildlife journals, arts & crafts, and science-based lesson plans. Junior Leaders are normally graduates of Camp Koa who have demonstrated leadership among their peers and an affinity for conservation education. For more information please email email@example.com