Must pre-register by Thursday of previous week prior to camp date.

Unregistered drop-ins are not allowed - must be registered to attend.


Join us for Wild Kingdom Adventures each week as we explore our animal kingdom through wild-crafts, bio-facts, games, stories, zoo exploration, and daily meet & greets with our animal friends.  Each Friday, campers will learn how to become conservation heroes to animals around the world and in their own backyard.

AGES: Divided into two age groups - ages 4-6 & 7-12

Note: Children must be 4 years of age on the date of the camp.
Three-year-olds may not enroll.

WHEN: Summer Camps are Monday - Friday, from June 15 - July 10.
You may enroll your child(ren) for a single day, or for all five days (Monday - Friday).

Both age groups' Summer Camps are from 8:30 a.m. - Noon.


MEMBERS: $25/Single Day or $85/Monday - Friday (5-Day "Week")

NON-MEMBERS: $30/Single Day or $105/Monday - Friday (5-Day "Week")

Camp dates and times that do not show up on the online form are SOLD OUT.

Please Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, camp workspaces and areas will be cleaned and disinfected thoroughly twice daily and hand sanitizer and hand washing will be recommended often. If your child is sick please call and let us know! We would be happy to reschedule, if space is available.

If you have any questions about Summer Camp dates and times, email or call 785-827-9488, ext 132.


WEEK 1 • June 15 - 19 • Paws, Claws & Jaws

Explore the different ‘tools’ that animals have and use every day.  Snakes don’t get to use silverware and napkins,and turtles don’t have phones for communication. Learn what these animals have naturally to help them survive in their environments.

Conservation Friday Focus: African Painted Dogs

WEEK 2 • June 22 - 26 • Magical Animal Tales

We will explore the components of a good story, myths, and legends featuring different animal species.  

Conservation Friday Focus: Giraffe

WEEK 3 • June 29 - July 3 • Master Tracker

Have you ever walked in a lion’s tracks or tried to find an owl in the treetops?   We’ll learn to read the tracks and signs that animals leave behind as we follow them around the globe.

Conservation Friday Focus: Indian Rhino & White Rhino

WEEK 4 • July 6 - 10 • Dino-rific Zoo!

Let’s travel back in time to the days when dinosaurs roamed the Earth!  We will learn about dinosaurs, and some of their modern living relatives we have at the zoo!

Conservation Friday Focus: Chimpanzee & Orangutan

Sign up for these Summer Camps here: