THIS EVENT IS IN THE PAST!
San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s Summer Camp 2012: Ages 2-3
Above: A young guest enjoys Butterfly Jungle. Courtesy of San Diego Zoo Safari Park
Discover an adventure like no other during the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s Summer Camp 2012! Children ages 2 and 3, along with a favorite adult, can enjoy this five-day camp adventure:
You’re never too young to learn about the wonders of nature. Through play and interactive learning, your tiny tot will be introduced to colorful creatures from around the world.
Each day includes visits from our animal ambassadors for up-close animal interaction, stories, crafts, songs, and games. From pink flamingos and blue-tongued skinks to spotted cheetahs and striped zebras, there’s a ton of colorful animal fun for campers ages 2 and 3, along with their favorite grown-up, at Colorful Creatures Summer Camp!
Members: $165 for adult/child pair
Nonmembers: $195 for adult/child pair
$95 for a second child
Book online or call 619-718-3000.
Dates & Times: Monday–Friday from 9–11 a.m.
July 16–20, 2012 AND August 6–10, 2012
Directions from the NORTH (southbound): From Interstate 5 (Orange County, Los Angeles), take the State Route 78 East exit at Oceanside, proceed east to Interstate 15 South, exit at Via Rancho Parkway (Exit 27) and follow the signs to the Park. From Interstate 15 (Riverside), exit at Via Rancho Parkway (Exit 27) and follow the signs east to the Park.
Directions from the SOUTH (northbound): From State Route 163 (downtown San Diego, Mission Valley) proceed to Interstate 15 North to the Via Rancho Parkway exit (Exit 27). Go east and follow signs to the Park. From Interstate 5 or 805 (Mexico), proceed to State Route 163, then to Interstate 15 North, and then exit at Via Rancho Parkway (Exit 27). Follow signs east.
Directions from the EAST (westbound): From Interstate 8 (Imperial County, Arizona) take Interstate 15 North to the Via Rancho Parkway exit (Exit 27). Follow the signs east to the Park.
Public Transportation: For more information about bus and train schedules, please call 511 (San Diego's traffic and transit information service) or visit sdmts.com.