It's a Whole New Zoo at Night.
Come see what the animals do while the rest of us sleep! In a fun-filled night to remember, you can explore Cheyenne Mountain Zoo by moonlight. Designed for 10 to 175 people, WildNights is a great team-building experience for families, scouts and groups of all ages.
On your WildNight, you'll arrive at the Zoo at 6 p.m. and stay overnight until 8 a.m. the next day. We'll provide dinner and activities; you bring your sleeping bag, pajamas and other personal items.
Note: Kids must be at least 5 years old to attend.
Pre-scheduled WildNights (online registration)
Pre-scheduled WildNights give you or your group the opportunity to join others on a WildNight at the Zoo. Meet new people and participate in planned activities—for a real wild night.
|Feb. 14||Kids Only WildNight||Cheyenne Mountain Zoo offers a whole new night time experience just for Kids! Drop your kids off at the zoo and they will get to have a pizza party, make s'mores, feed the giraffe, visit animals at night, meet some animals up close- and sleep next to some animals in the newly renovated Loft!
We'll feed them breakfast and even throw in a morning tour, to see the zoo as it wakes up.
Kids must be 5 years or older to attend.
|6 p.m. - 8 a.m||$40.25 per Member
$45.25 per non-member
WildNight Just for You
Invite your group of 10 to 175 people to a one-of-a-kind experience.WildNights are sure to spark your curiosity and answer all your animal questions.
Non-member rate: $45.25 per person
Member rate: $35.25 per person
Zoo chaperone fee: $20.25 for every ten children
A non-refundable deposit will be collected at booking.
WildNights for Scouts
Our Wildnights cover a lot of important information in a fun and exciting way for scouts to work toward special badges.
Bring your Troop to the Zoo and gain the knowledge to work towards these badges:
- Reptile and Amphibian Study
- Mammal Study
- Fish and Wildlife
Please Note- Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Staff cannot sign off on any badges, but can provide your troop with some information required for these specific badges.
All Wildnight programs include pizza for dinner. Each program also includes a guided evening tour of the zoo (does not necessarily include access to entire zoo), with giraffe feeding and an up close animal encounter in the Loft. Participants will also have the option of purchasing specialty souvenir t-shirts and patches that are not available in the zoo’s gift shop. Breakfast consists of bagels, cereal, and fruit followed by a guided morning tour. Admission to the zoo for the duration of the following day is also included with a Wildnight.
For questions or to sign up