Fall Safari Schedule 2019

Creature Challenges


Camp Description

Zoo animals need enrichment, toys, and games just like children! Can your camper come up with ways to help animals learn, grow, and play?

Day Overview

**Schedule Subject to Change

Question of the Day

AM: How does Bugsy the otter play? PM: How would you change Bugsy’s home to let him play more?

Zoo Exploration

Village Hall in Toyota Elephant Passage. What did we see? How did this help us solve the Question of the Day?

Animal Experience

What animal(s) did we meet in our classroom? Why did we meet the ones we did?

Engineering Challenge

Campers design something that will help an otter play more. What did we create?

Further Exploration

What areas of the zoo did we explore in the afternoon? What did we learn about other animals at demos? Where did we “play”?


Animal Charades!

Taking It Home

What do the animals in your home or neighborhood need to be happy? Do they “play” too?


  • Please review IMPORTANT INFORMATION, as well as our Policies and Procedures, to ensure you and your child are ready for camp.
  • Campers must bring a lunch, water bottle, and dress for the weather (plus lots of walking!). As most animal exhibits are outside, we WILL go outside every day.
  • A photo ID is required every day at pick up. Please notify the staff ahead of time if someone who is not on the authorized pick-up list will be picking up your child.
  • To contact us during the day, add authorized pick-ups, or to arrange a late arrival/early pick-up, call the Guest Care Center at 720-337-1400.

Contact Us

If your camper liked Summer Safari, they will LOVE Fall, Winter, and Spring Safari Mini-Camps! When school is out, Safari Camp is in! These camps run from November through March. There’s a Safari for every season!