Summer Animal Camp

At Cub Creek Science and Animal Camp, kids don't just learn about animals, they interact with animals.

This summer camp has been created to give kids hands-on interactions with lots of different kinds of animals, the kinds of up close and personal encounters that will be remembered for a lifetime!

Cub Creek Science & Animal Camp is the only residential camp in the country with it's own zoo. It was created by an animal enthusiast for animal enthusiasts. We have lots of animal related activities and offer the opportunity to interact with more animals than any other animal camp.


Things to consider when selecting a summer animal camp:

What type of animals does the summer camp have? – We have over 100 species.

Is the summer camp facility USDA licensed?  – We are!

Is the summer camp ACA accredited? – We are!

Does the summer camp let you hold, touch, feed and care for the animals or just look at and learn about them? – Campers get to hold, touch, feed, AND care for the animals.


Click here to see a list of all our different kinds of animals at Cub Creek Animal Camp

Learn more about our Junior Vet program

Learn more about our Adopt an Animal program

What can you do with animals at Cub Creek Science Camp?

Just Imagine Being Able To . . .

  • Adopt an animal for a week at camp – Which means that you will be responsible for caring for your favorite animal while you are at camp.
  • Feed grapes to a ringtail lemur
  • Feed a banana to a sloth
  • Hold a hedgehog
  • Walk a llama
  • Pet a porcupine (very carefully, of course)
  • Play fetch with a dog
  • Take a snake or lizard outside and watch as they have fun in the sun
  • Collect chicken, peafowl, guinea, and goose eggs
  • Watch a chick hatch from an egg
  • Hold a baby chick in your hands
  • Watch as a baby horse, donkey, goat, or sheep nurses from its mom and then does its "happy dance" when it's full
  • Sing with a parrot
  • Bathe a miniature horse
  • Brush a pig
  • Climb rocks with a goat
  • Make a cardboard castle for a hamster
  • Make a mineral block for a bird
  • Make a feather toy for a kitten
  • Give ice cubes to the wallabies (little kangaroos)
  • Care for, feed, and clean up after your adopted animal
  • Go wading with a gosling
  • Catch frogs, salamander, and fish (in order to identify and learn about and then release them)
  • Join our 100 animal club – which means that you have touched, seen, and learned about 100 different kinds of animals

 

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