We took the grandchildren age range from 6 months to 10 years on a hot summer day. Bought tickets on a discount website so it was good value for money. Parking is free. Entering through the small gift store the children enjoyed feeding the goats with the bags of food you can purchase at the gift store for a $1 a bag.
Pathways are easy to walk all around the Zoo. Many picnic tables either in the shade or with overhead covers. Also small toddler playground with sand under the shady trees which was a great 'rest stop' for the adults . Plenty of animals to see. Loved seeing the wolves running around in a pack in a large field like pen. The chilren enjoyed throwing food pellets bought at the store to the brown bears and they gave us a good view of them by sitting in front of us whilst eating the food pellets. We saw monkeys, eagles, zebra, bears, wolves,camel, kangaroos,Cayman [alligators]deer, macaws,snakes,lions,tiger,bobcat and of course the bears. Also saw bald eagles, fox and alpacas.
You can buy snacks [drinks and chips] in the gift store but take a picnic if you plan to be there for a while and take either a buggy or wagon to haul the stuff around.
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