New adventures at the Oakland Zoo

April 28, 2010 2:37:29 PM PDT
There's something new at the Oakland Zoo! Find out about its new train exhibit along with the latest news on summer camps.

Information About ZooCamp:

The Oakland Zoo invites campers for an exciting week of nature discovery, animal adventures, and fun! ZooCamp activities include stories, puppet play, games, craft projects, science activities and of course, animals!

The Oakland Zoo takes great pride in creating age-appropriate options for campers age 4 through high school. Camp sessions are one week long and run from mid-June to mid-August. Registration is online and is open now.

For more details, here's the link on our website: www.oaklandzoo.org

About the Oakland Zoo:

The Oakland Zoo is a non-profit organization, managed by the East Bay Zoological Society.

Founded in 1922 by Henry Snow, the Zoo has been located in its current Knowland Park location since 1936. Nestled in the rolling hills of 525-acre Knowland Park, the Zoo is home to more than 660 native and exotic animals.

See New Animals While Riding the Oakland Zoo's Train: Now guests can ride the train and see wallaroos and emus up-close.

The Oakland Zoo
9777 Golf Links Road
Oakland, CA 94605
Phone: (510) 632-9525
Website: www.oaklandzoo.org


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