Celebrate the end of summer with a sleepover at the Zoo! Once the sun goes down many animals are just waking up, so come see a new side of the Zoo and camp out under the stars. The evening includes a nocturnal animal encounter, evening tour of the zoo, crafts, games and s’mores by the campfire. Campers must provide their own dinner, tent, sleeping bag and pad; breakfast and s'mores are included. Arrive at 6:00 pm on Saturday, September 1st; depart 9:00 am on Sunday, September 2nd.
$75.00 registration covers 1 ADULT and 1 CHILD; additional campers (adult or child) are $25.00 each. There must be at least 1 adult for every 2 children. Members do receive a discount but must register in person at the ticket booth.
Bring your favorite stuffed animal, book, and blanket for story time at Sequoia Park Zoo! Parents and young children are invited to join education staff in Secrets of the Forest on the first Wednesday of each month, between September and May, from 11:00am - noon for curated stories and quiet activities. Activity is included with paid admission. Stories and Stuffies is on vacation during the months of June, July and August.
Sequoia Park Zoo invites guests of all ages to become stewards of the environment through the new Nature Exchange program! Bring in items found in nature, such as driftwood, rocks, empty shells, and redwood cones, and earn points to redeem on different nature items, like porcupine quills and antler sheds. In searching for things to collect and trade, Junior Naturalists will develop observation and deductive reasoning skills, thoughtfully consider the effects of their actions, and learn the ethics of responsible collecting. Nature Exchange is open from 11:00am-1:00pm on the first Saturday of every month. Call Kate in the Education Department at (707) 441-4217 for more information.
Ages 5-7 Cub Club is a wild adventure for the young explorer. During each class we learn about animals through intimate encounters, hands-on exploration, theater, storybooks, art and more.
Ages 8-11 Hands-on learning about animals including caring for, feeding and making special treats for our zoo ambassadors. Camps cater to diverse learners and always include arts, physical movement and multi-sensory exploration.