No matter the time of day or time of year, the Phoenix Zoo has a camp for you!

Camp Zoo

Looking for a fun adventure for your camper? Camp Zoo is now available seasonally!

Night camps


Want to experience the Zoo after dark? Night Camps are available for all ages! 

Girl Scouts

Enjoy badgework activities and games alongside other troops! 

Join Camp Zoo as we explore the great outdoors!

Go on nature walks, meet animals, and learn how to connect more with the natural world. Your Camper’s curiosity will guide them through games, learning activities, and crafts all centered on Nature Play! Campers will learn how we can connect with nature through art, science, conservation, and play!

Summer Camp Zoo

Dates: June & July, 2024

Grades: K – 6

Registration for Members opens March 1!

General registration and Scholarship Applications open March 8


Why should kids have all the fun?! Now adults can have a one-of-kind experience exploring the Zoo after dark, too! Come and enjoy guided hikes, meet animal ambassadors, have dinner and drinks, hang out by the fire, and learn about conservation at the Phoenix Zoo. Bring your friends or make some new ones while you’re here; it’s going to be a fun night!

Check back soon for upcoming dates.

Ever wonder what the animals at the Zoo are up to after dark? Come join us for a Night Camp to find out! We offer a wide selection of Night Camp options for you to choose from, take a look to see which option is the best fit for your group!

Visit our Night Camp page for more details!

All Girl Scout Camps include a pizza dinner, healthy snack, and a souvenir water bottle. Overnight camps also include continental breakfast and admission to the Zoo the next day. During your program, you’ll enjoy guided trail hikes, ambassador animal encounters, and specific badge work activities/games alongside other troops. All Girl Scout camps have pre-set curriculum and locations listed below.

Visit our Girl Scout Night Camp page for more details!

that's zoo we are

The Phoenix Zoo is one of the largest non-profit zoos in the U.S., caring for over 3,000 animals, with nearly 400 species represented, including many threatened/endangered species.