Popular summer pastimes usually include camping and trips to the Zoo. We like to put those two things together. Guests can Snooze at the Zoo on one of three nights this summer, Aug. 11-13. Snooze at the Zoo,
sponsored by Post Consumer Brands and Sentry Foods, is the only opportunity for the general public to camp overnight at the Zoo. Registration includes a T-shirt, a movie screening, bubbles, chalk, a picnic dinner
followed by s’mores around a group campfire. Breakfast will be served in the morning as families prepare for a day of roaming the Zoo. There will be great stories, wonderful photo opportunities, and a lot of
community spirit with so much to see and do. When you Snooze at the Zoo, you get to sleep near the bears, seals, elk or caribou, and don’t be surprised if a peacock checks out your spot.

What: Snooze at the Zoo

When: Thursday, Aug. 11; Friday, Aug. 12; or Saturday, Aug. 13

Where: Milwaukee County Zoo

Why: Proceeds benefit the nonprofit Zoological Society and its mission.

Cost: $55 Adults and $35 Children. Zoo Pass members receive a discount.

Not a Camper?
If camping outside is not your favorite thing but you still love the Zoo, consider taking part in Snooze FOR
the Zoo. Back by popular demand guests can buy a Snooze bag filled with their T-shirt(s), activity books,
sidewalk chalk, snacks and more. Then, use it to camp in your living room, backyard or wherever you

What: Snooze FOR the Zoo

When: Order bags by July 22, and pickup will be in August.

Where: Pick up at the Zoo, but use bags wherever you want.

Cost: $20. Zoo Pass members receive a discount.

For more details, discount opportunities and to register, go to zoosociety.org/snooze.



About the Zoological Society of Milwaukee:

The mission of the Zoological Society of Milwaukee is to conserve wildlife and endangered species, educate people about the importance of wildlife and the environment, and support the Milwaukee County Zoo.