- Maximum group size is 40 people.
- At least one adult must be part of each group registered.
- Pre-Registration is required. Walk-ups can not be accommodated. Registration closes seven (7) days prior to each scheduled date.
- A Zoo hike is part of each program so dress for the weather and be prepared to walk. The program will run rain or shine.
- Includes admission to the Zoo and The RainForest for the remainder of the day following the conclusion of each program.
- Children should be the appropriate age for each scout group.
- Scout patch is not included.
- Completed Waiver Forms should be submitted to the Registration Office one week prior to the program. These can be faxed to 216-635-3307 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Participants who do not attend their scheduled program (no show) may not receive a refund nor may they transfer to another date.
- For all other questions contact the Registration Office at 216-635-3391
Cub Scout Wolf and Bear Adventures
Cub Scout Wolves and Bears will complete various activities that will allow them to work towards completing each required Adventure.
- Complete the following Wolf Adventure Requirements
- Call of the Wild items #1 and #3
- Howling at the Moon #1
- Finding Your Way Elective #3 and #4
- Complete the following Bear Adventure Requirements
- Fur, Feathers, and Ferns #1-4
Boy Scouts Veterinarian Medicine Merit Badge Program
Boy Scouts will learn what it takes to become a veterinarian and of the many varied job opportunities available to them.
- Program covers all the items required to earn the Veterinarian Medicine Merit Badge
- Meet with one of the Zoo Veterinarian Technicians
- Blue Cards and Merit Badge Counselor to sign cards are both provided
Girl Scouts (Brownies) Bugs Program
Brownies explore the world of insects by investigating bugs and their role in the environment.
- Complete activities towards earning a Bug Badge
- Identify insect and spiders by body type
- Create a bug craft
- Encounter live bugs
Girl Scouts (Juniors) Animal Habitats Program
Junior Girl Scouts will have the opportunity to observe animals around the Zoo and explore the behaviors and adaptations that help animals survive in unique habitats. Once they know what makes wild places so special, they will learn what they can do to protect habitats in the wild.
- Complete activities towards earning a Habitat Badge
- Learn how animals' habitats effect them
- Discover how Ohio animal habitats have changed over the last 200 years
- Create your own animal habitat to take home