Kids out of school again? Check out OKC Zoo’s indoor safari today

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Kids out of school? Got cabin fever? The Oklahoma City Zoo is offering an indoor zoo safari Tuesday.

Children ages 4 to 12 are welcome to join the event held at the Rosser Conservation Education Center (east end of the Zoo’s parking lot.)

Camp runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Drop off as early as 7:45am  and parents must pick up children by 4:15 p.m.

Campers must bring their own lunch and the Zoo will provide a morning and afternoon snack, animal encounters, enrichment making, crafts, games and a nice warm place to hang out.

Campers  will NOT be going out on grounds.

Regular prices:  $40/child ZooFriends members & $45/child non-members.

No need to pre-register.

Just bring your kiddos and be prepared to fill out a little paperwork.

Camp inquiries: (405) 425-0218

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