Randall Oaks Zoo – Programs
In addition to viewing, petting, and feeding our animals, the Randall Oaks Zoo offers unique programs for children of all ages. The goal of our Nature & Zoo programs is to educate and encourage children to participate in the preservation of our natural areas and the animals that live within them through hands-on projects and activities.
For a full list of programs being offered please refer to the seasonal program guide.
Valentines for the Animals (4-7 years)
Celebrate “We Love Our Animals Day,” by making your Zoo friends Valentine’s Day treats! We will have a Valentine’s Day party for ourselves and then go outside and feed the animals. The fee is per child, parent is free.
|18320-01||February 14||Su/10:00-11:00 am||$9(R)/$11(NR)||TCAP||REGISTER ONLINE|
Owl Moon Hike (7 years & older)
Whooooo goes there in the hush of the night? Us! Come along for a night hike of Randall Oaks Park and discover how your senses guide you at night. Bundle up for our adventure! The fee is per person.
|18315-01||February 27||Su/6:00-7:00 pm||$5(R)/$7(NR)||TCAP||REGISTER ONLINE|
Spring Break Zoo Camp (7-12 years)
Staying local for Spring Break? No worries – have fun at Randall Oaks Zoo! Using animals as our framework, we will discover the beautiful, the gross, and the downright wacky sides of these creatures. Thursday is April Fool’s Day, so be prepared! Bring a lunch, a drink, and dress for the weather.
|18335-01||March 29-April 2||M-F/9:00 am-3:00 pm||$165(R)/$195(NR)||TCAP||REGISTER ONLINE|
S’mores and Snores (All Ages)
Enjoy the fresh air of spring. We will have a special evening tour of the Zoo to see the animals and give them a bedtime snack. That’s the snore’s part. After the tour, we will have a campfire, complete with the s’mores part! The fee is per person, ages one and under are free.
|28315-01||May 14||F/6:30-8:00 pm||$8(R)/$10(NR)||ROP||REGISTER ONLINE|
Frogs for Families (All Ages)
Come and discover the wonderful world of FROGS! They freeze, they thaw, they sing, they hop….what’s not to love? We will meet at the Treehouse for a short informational session and then hike to the frog pond in the park and listen for the songs of a spring night. The fee is per person, children ages one and under are free.
|28318-01||May 22||Sa/5:30-6:30 pm||$3(R)/$4(NR)||TCAP||REGISTER ONLINE|