Group Overnight Programs 2022
Binder Park Zoo Overnights are perfect for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and other organized groups. Bring your group for an educational and fun experience at our zoo.
Group Overnights are offered Fridays and Saturdays from May 13 to September 17.
Maximum 40 participants per group.
Group members must be 6 years of age and older.
Group leaders and chaperones must supervise all children during the overnight program.
Online registrations are preferred. You may choose to mail, fax, or drop off your completed registrations with payment at the zoo office. Registrations are processed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Group Overnights cost $975 for up to the first 15 participants and $70 for each additional participant up to 40. Total payment is due at time of registration.
Release of Liability:
We require a signed Release of Liability for all participants (adults and minors). If the participant is a minor, a parent or guardian must sign for them.
Registration, Payment, and Release of Liability must be received at least 14 days prior to an available date.
Full Refunds are given only if Binder Park Zoo is unable to place your group in a requested date or if Binder Park Zoo must cancel the overnight due to extenuating circumstances.
If you are unable to attend your scheduled date, you must contact James DeBusschere, the overnights coordinator, as soon as possible (269-441-9030 ● email@example.com)
Cancellations received at least 30 days prior: will be refunded or transferred to another available date as long as Binder Park Zoo can fill the originally scheduled date. A $25 processing fee will apply.
Cancellations received less than 30 days prior: No transfer. No refund.
Choose From Two Locations
- Exclusive access to East Zoo
- Zoorassic Park
- Ride the Carousel
- Choose where to sleep
- Inside: climate control, electrical outlets, and handicap accessible
- Outside: Sleep on the Snow Leopard Lawn, bring your tents, and enjoy nature at night.
- Exclusive access to Wild Africa
- Ride the Tram
- Sleep outside in our Tented Camps (large canvass tents overlooking the savanna)
Register online: pay with credit card only
Register by mail: pay with checks or credit card only
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