Join us for a Wildlife Safari Park Campout and experience Nebraska like you never have before. During your stay, you'll learn about native Nebraska and North American animals, eat s'mores around the campfire and see the stars away from the city lights. The cost is $40.00 per camper and includes breakfast, admission to Wildlife Safari Park for the following day, an educational experience and a visit from one of our animal ambassadors. A minimum of 15 campers is required for private Large Group Campouts or see our Family/Small Group Campouts for smaller numbers of participants. 

Please contact the Education Department at (402) 738-2058 or select the button below for more information.

Pre-Campers Campouts 




Too young for a Campout at Wildlife Safari Park or just want to see what Campouts are all about...

    Check out our Pre-Campers Program made especially for you.  

This Family Program focuses on families of all ages that are wanting to discover what spending the night at Wildlife Safari Park is all about without actually spending the night.  Guests will experience a night hike, dinner, s'mores and campfire.  All camps are from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Cost is $25 per person (children under 1 are free). Prices reflect member discounts. 

2020 Summer Dates Available for Registration Now!

Saturday, June 28 - Frog Calls and Toad Songs
Saturday, July 25 - Fireflies and Moths!
Saturday, August 29 - Bat Conservation
Saturday, September 19 - It's Owl Good at the Campsite!

Family/Small Group Campouts




Wildlife Safari Park group Campouts are for Families and Small groups that are unable to make the minimum participants for a private overnight (15 participants). Groups will stay in separate tents with cots or are welcome to bring their own tent for use. Guests must be 4 years of age or older. 

Cost is $40/person and program includes park admission, overnight stay, guided evening hike, educational experience, evening snack, light morning breakfast, and animal ambassador visit. Guests are welcome to bring their own tents or additional food and drink (non-alcoholic) during their stay.  

2020 Now Open for Registration!

Friday, May 15 - Birds in Nature Campout - Stay the night and learn about what birds are out at night and what birds are out during the day.  
Friday, June 12 - Frogs and Toads on the Trail Campout - It's frog season! Come see what is in our ponds and on our Trails!
Saturday, June 27 - FrogWatch USA Campout  - Learn about frog conservation and how to tell different types of frogs from their songs! (rescheduled from April 25)
Saturday, July 18 - BioBlitz 2020 Campout - Join in the fun and help us identify as many species of animals on our Park grounds as possible overnight and into the early morning hours.  
Friday, August 7 - Perseids Meteor Shower - Enjoy the best meteor shower of the year outside city limits and in the darkness of the country hill side.  We will be staying up late to count the shooting stars!  
Saturday, August 8 - Perseids Meteor Shower - Night #2
Tuesday, August 11 - Perseids Meteor Shower - Night #3 and the Peak Night!
Saturday, September 26 - Bat Conservation Campout - Discover Bats in our Backyard and what you can do in yours!
Friday, October 2 - Meet our Wolf Pack Campout - Listen the their howls and meet our pack.
Friday, October 16 - Howl-O-Ween Safari Campout - Attend the Howl-O-Ween Safari Event and then stay the night at the Park!

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Campout Guidelines

Private Campouts

Private Campouts are available for schools, churches, boy scouts, girl scouts, summer camps, families and more with a minimum of 15 people and can be reserved for any open date during the Wildlife Safari Park season (April - October). Guests must be 4 years of age or older.

Cost is $40/person and program includes park admission, overnight stay, guided evening hike, evening snack, educational experience, light morning breakfast, and animal ambassador visit.  Guests are welcome to bring additional food and drink (non-alcoholic) during their stay.  

2020 Registration Open Now!

Geocaching Campouts


Walk in the footsteps of conservation biologists as you find clues to a possible new species at Wildlife Safari Park. Guests will use GPS devices to find caches that hold hints related to the animal you are tracking. GPS devices are provided along with navigation training. This private campout is available for groups of 15 participants or more. Program includes educational programming, overnight stay, admission to Wildlife Safari Park, an evening snack, backpack breakfast and animal visit. Cost is $55 per person and reservations are required. Must be at least four years or older. 

2020 Registration Open Now!