Are you open year-round?
While we are typically open year-round, the park is currently closed to the public with the exception of our Drive Thru Zoo programs.
What kind of animals are at the Park?
We have a variety of domestic an exotic animals such a lemurs, sloth, camels, zebras, donkeys, llamas, sheep, cows, birds, gibbons, wallabies, and reptiles.
Can I pet and feed animals at the Park?
While we do typically allow for feeding of the animals in the park, we are taking special precautions in response to COVID-19 and are not allowing feeding of animals during the Drive Thru experience.
Does everyone in my family need an admission ticket?
Kids under age 2 are free; all other guests need an admission ticket.
Can I bring in my own food?
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own food. We also sell light food options in our gift shop (i.e.- lunchables, gogurt, cheese sticks, mac & cheese). We do not allow alcohol.
Can I bring my pet?
We love our pets, but unfortunately we cannot allow dogs or other pets inside the park (unless they are service animals).
Is everything open in the winter?
Our indoor animal exhibits, kid’s indoor play zone, Discovery Room and Animal Ambassadors features continue year-round. In winter months, we close the contact area and some of the outdoor animal exhibits, but the Barn and Pony Rides will be open year-round, weather permitting.
Do you offer group rates?
We offer group rates on weekdays (not holidays) for pre-scheduled groups of 15 or more. Please visit our group page for details.
Is the Park suitable for a particular age range?
We have kids of all ages visit the animals at the Park, but we cater to the 2-10 age group.
Do I have to pay for all the guests in my birthday party?
Everyone who comes into the park needs an admission ticket, even if they are coming to “chaperone” kids. Complete your party guest list with the names of everyone you are willing to pay for. Anyone not on your list will be ask to purchase their own admission ticket.