Campout at Lincoln Park Zoo.
When: Saturdays, June 13 & 27; July 25; August 1, 15 & 29, 2020
Where: Lincoln Park Zoo, 2001 N Clark St, (312) 742-2000
For families and groups with children ages 5–12 (at least one adult required for every five children).
The only way to save money on this event is to become a zoo member. These always sell out quickly so there’s no need for the Zoo to offer any deals. Member registration begins Tuesday, April 7, at 10 a.m. Non-members registration usually opens a few days later. Keep checking. A link to the online registration form will be available on this webpage at that time. Again this sells out quickly.
You may be able to negotiate a rate if you can put together a group of 10 or more. Contact the zoo’s educators email@example.com.
For more info check out this Guide to Lincoln Park Zoo.
There are two options:
Families can choose to enjoy the evening activities and treats OR they can stay for the entire program and sleep overnight at the zoo. Free parking is included in the cost of registration.
Evening Only (7–10:30 p.m.) $50 ($42 for Lincoln Park Zoo members)
Includes evening activities and s’mores
Overnight (7 p.m.–8:30 a.m.) $75 ($64 for Lincoln Park Zoo members)
Includes s’mores, evening and morning activities, and breakfast
Add-on Dinner (6–7 p.m.) $12 per person
Tents are provided for a $15 rental fee, or families can choose to bring their own tent with no charge.
Prices are listed per person, not per group. Active Lincoln Park Zoo members at the Individual level and above receive a 15% discount on registration. Become a member today! To be eligible for the member discount and become eligible for early registration, membership must be active at the time of the campout you attend.
About the Lincoln Park Zoo
The zoo is spread out over 35 acres and has 13 habitat buildings, the Farm in the Zoo, 4 facilities buildings, 6 dining options and 3 gift shops. The best way to tackle the zoo is to print out the Visitors Guide and make a plan. Guides are also available at any gate when you enter the zoo.
For more general info about the Zoo check out this Guide to Lincoln Park Zoo.