My wife and myself recently (10/2) spent a few hours at this zoo. although it is not large as say the Bronx zoo or the zoo in Washington DC this zoo was quite nice.
Admission to the zoo is 8 for adults cheaper for seniors and kids but it does have discounts available. The zoo has two types of sections, one where the animals are housed inside in what they tried to make seem "natural" settings, and the outside section for the larger animals.
The enclosed section had several animals that I have not heard about. The zoo also has information regarding the animals and lets you know the species that are endangered or in close to being considered endangered.
The outside section had your normally found lions, tigers, wolfs, elephants, etc.
Although a small zoo, it is well maintained including the area's where the animals live. The zoo has a nice setting to it and is nicely laid out.
If you are a zoo "expert" you mind find this zoo small and boring. But for those with kids, for those what what to spend a nice 2-3 hours in a peaceful setting I would recommend this zoo. The zoo also does have a cafeteria area which appears to offer many options, but I did not visit here so will not say anything good or bad about it.
Overall, as one who does like to go the the larger zoos I did find this zoo quite nice and would recommend it if or most people.
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