***If you are planning a field trip for your school, click HERE for more information.

Come to Cameron Park Zoo or let us come to you!

Enjoy activities that allow a more in depth understanding of our animals and conservation activities, with up close animal encounters, special activities for kids, and more.

Programs must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.

All programs require advance registration.
Payment is due at the time of the program, unless noted otherwise.
All fees are subject to change.

Reservations:  (254) 750-8467 or (254) 750-8466

Cancellations:  If you must cancel a scheduled program, please call the Education Department as soon as possible.  If you cancel the day of the program, you will be required to pay the program fee.

Rescheduling:  We will try to reschedule your program, however, rescheduling can not be guaranteed.

Chaperone requirements:
~ One adult chaperone is required for every 10 students
~ Chaperones are required to stay with the students at all times.  Failure to do so may result in dismissal of your entire group or cancellation of the program.

The zoo staff is responsible for teaching and facilitating your program.  It is the responsibility of the chaperone to maintain control of the group.

Cameron Park Zoo’s Education Department aims to provide diverse educational opportunities that foster an appreciation for the natural world and inspire life-long learning while broadening awareness concerning the conservation of wildlife and the preservation of biodiversity.


Zoo Social Story

For more information on our Education programs, please click on the links below

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Zoo Mobile
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Animal Presentation


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Zoo Snooze

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Behind the Scenes

Additional seasonal Education opportunities

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Zoo Camp
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Birthday Parties

Teacher Resources

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Field Trip
Survival Guide

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Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt KEY
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Self-Guided Tour


Step Into the Wild



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Association of Zoos & Aquariums

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