Nightcrawlers – Big Trip for Lions, Tigers, and Wolves

Friday May 20th, 6 p.m. until 9:30 a.m. the next morning (Saturday, May 21st) 


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Programs feature interactive activitiesZoo toursanimal encounters and opportunities to learn more about wildlife and wild places. Learn how we are connected to animals and find out what Zoo Atlanta is doing to help save species around the world. Participants will spend the majority of the evening within the Zoo and will sleep in indoor, climate-controlled rooms. A continental breakfast catered by Proof of the Pudding is provided. Stay and enjoy the Zoo the following day after breakfast and morning activities. 

Masks are required for this program.

Costs are 95$ per person and will be invoiced thru PayPal


  • Rain or shine. This program happens rain or shine, and much of the program is outside. Please plan for the weather and dress accordingly.
  • The Zoo is made for walking! Most of this experience is spent walking around the Zoo, and many of the areas that we visit are not wheelchair accessible. Plan to spend up to 5 hours on your feet touring the Zoo and behind-the-scenes areas.
  • Come with a full belly. While we will take a break for a snack in the middle of the evening, please eat dinner before you arrive. And remember to bring your water bottle with you.
  • Embrace the dark. It’s called a NightCrawler for a reason. Explore the Zoo by the light of the moon and our educators’ red-light flashlights. Guests may only use flashlights at bedtime.
  • Rustic camping meets the Zoo. All sleeping locations are in climate-controlled buildings with a restroom either in the building or nearby.
  • Stay awhile. At the completion of your program the following morning, you are welcome to stay and enjoy the Zoo at your leisure.
  • Have FUN! This unique experience is unlike anything that you can do in Atlanta. We look forward to hosting you for an upcoming program!


 May 20th, 6 p.m. until 9:30 a.m. the next morning (May 21st)

AGE RANGE:  6+, An adult must accompany your scout 


  • You are encouraged to wear your red Pack 345 T-shirt
  • All program participants will enter through the Education Conservation Gate.
  • We ask all participants to stay home if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or if they have been in contact with a COVID-positive individual in the past 2 weeks.
  • Participants will be asked to maintain a six-foot distance from other groups and Zoo team members for the entirety of the program. 
  • In accordance with the recommendations from the CDC, all participants ages 2 and above are required to wear a face mask while participating in the program.
  • The Zoo will provide sanitation materials for participant use, including hand sanitizer, sanitation wipes, and disinfectant spray.

Parking is located in the Cherokee Avenue parking lot. Overnight parking is at a discounted rate of $6.

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