Roar and Snore (Zoo Sleepover)

posted Sep 28, 2011, 7:23 AM by Greg Jewett   [ updated May 7, 2012, 7:07 AM ]

This campout is primarily for younger scouts (Tigers and Wolves).  It will be opened up to all other scouts who wish to attend after all Tigers and Wolves are given first chance to reserve a slot.   There will be a waiting list for these scouts. 

ALL PARENTS MUST COMPLETE THE "BSA Youth Protection Training" (YPT) if you want to attend this campout!  NO EXCEPTIONS.
More information regarding this training can be found in the "Pack Training Compliance" to the right.

Where
Cameron Park Zoo in Waco
Click above to get a map and directions, and learn more.


When
  • Friday, April 27 through Saturday, April 28.
  • Meet at the zoo front gate at 5:30pm on Friday - tour activities start promptly at 6pm.
  • Activities wrap up on Saturday at 8:30 - we are welcome to spend the rest of the day at the zoo - admission included in the campout fee.
Who Tigers and Wolves from Pack 409 and their Akelas
Cost
$45 per person (adult or scout)

Registrations will close April 13.


Paperwork Needed

Click the links below to download the PDF document and print it out.
Registration is not complete without payment and completed paperwork submitted to den leaders.


The Tigers and Wolves from Pack 409 will be sleeping like bears at the Cameron Park Zoo in Waco on April 27-28! The cost per person is $45 (child or adult). No camping gear needed except for bedroll, clothing and toiletries are needed, as we will be sleeping in the aquariums at the zoo. A max of 70 attendees can come along, so please let me know ASAP if you are going. I will also need a check to reserve your spot.

We will meet at Cameron Park Zoo entrance at 5:30 on Friday, April 27 (I would plan on leaving Pflugerville no later than 4pm). They will provide us a pizza dinner, a behind the scenes night tour of the animals, and breakfast in the morning, among other activities. We are then able to enjoy free admission to the zoo like a normal visitor at 8:30am on Saturday.

The front gate (where we will meet) is located on 4th Street. A zoo staff member will meet us there and help us move gear to the aquariums. There is no need to bring toys, chairs, grills, etc.... We will be very busy with evening activities. Please leave any extra food at home.

We will be touring places that are off the beaten path, EVERYONE MUST WEAR CLOSE TOED SHOES.

Registrations will close April 13.


Items to Bring

  • Sleeping Bags (air mattress for adults, if desired)
  • Pillow
  • Flashlight
  • Bug Spray
  • Clothes for the next day
  • Toiletry Items
Agenda
Friday
6pm
Check In
6:15-6:45 Set Up
6:45-7:45 Supper (Pizza, Water and Capri Sun)
7:45-9:30 Behind the Scenes Tour/Night Hike through the Zoo/Animal Presentation
9:30-9:45 Snack (Animal Crackers and Water)
9:45 - ???? Back to aquarium to get ready for bed time

Saturday
7:00-7:30 Pack up gear and take to cars
7:30-8:00 Breakfast (danish, muffins, coffee and juice)
8:00-??? Tour public side of zoo