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“More park than zoo”

Zootah At Willow Park
Ranked #8 of 33 things to do in Logan
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Owner description: Opening Day is March 17th! Open 11:00 -5:00 Fridays and Saturdays Beginning on March 17th and through April Bonus Week: Open Monday - Saturday April 3 - 8
Reviewed May 19, 2013

Entrance fee is small and by donation, so the zoo is worth the price and a good way to spend an hour.

1  Thank Steve H
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Reviewed May 17, 2013

If you are expecting the San Diego Zoo, you will be disappointed. If you are one of those people who think you're too "Cool" to have a good time, you will not like it. But if you are looking for a fun place to send a couple of hours in the sun, the Willow Park Zoo is the place to go. You will not see Lions, or Elephants, but you will see some beautiful birds, turtles of all sizes, coyotes, bobcats, wallabies, elk, and last time I was there a emu chick. The only thing is I think the pet rock habitat needs to be bigger. Remember to take a few dimes so you can feed the fish and ducks. Admission is only $2 by donation (and it's on the honor system) but I always pay more, because it is worth more.

1  Thank Dan B
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Reviewed April 22, 2013

The Zoo is small but it was still fun. I took my two boys (7,5) to the zoo on opening day and they had a good time. There were still some exhibits that weren't open yet because of the cold weather but we were still able to see a lot of animals. In the birdhouse, they let my sons hold different birds and they had a good time. The Zoo was pretty much empty when we were there, so one of the Zoo workers actually took us into the house where they keep the snakes and monkeys and my kids were able to see them. I thought that was pretty nice of them to offer that seeing that we were the only ones there and that a lot of the exhibits hadn't opened yet.

1  Thank Mea37
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Reviewed March 13, 2013

It's free so it's worth the visit. There are not many animals here but probably enough to get your young ones excited for a few minutes. There is a large playground with many areas for a picnic, and many large trees.

1  Thank Bryan E
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Reviewed January 29, 2013

For the size of this town this is actually a decent zoo. It is not the largest zoo I've ever seen, but it is simple and has a few interesting animals (especially the white porcupine). It is also a cheap excursion. Recommended for families.

1  Thank Katrine S
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