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This is an enjoyable outing at least once per year.
They do a great job of keeping this zoo maintained and the animals seem to be quite content living here.
Give it a try, you'll like it and probably return.
A nice few hours here and a small zoo trying hard to keep up. It just need that extra money
to update it and renew old worn out parts. Glass viewing windows to the bears was so dirty we couldn’t see through it. Some very...More
I love Reid Park Zoo. The animals are a delight, and the grounds are lovely. The keepers and docents are friendly and knowledgeable. I have an annual membership, and enjoy visiting the zoo for a quiet morning walk as well as many of the special...More
Really enjoyed this small zoo had many areas to walk around to and the animals all seemed well cared for. The grounds are clean and the staff was quick to answer questions and talk about the exhibits! The admission is only $10.50 for a adult,...More
Pre paid for tickets to boo at the zoo, showed up, and had to park about 300 yards away.walked over and had to wait in line about 45 minutes. Got inside and realized this is the smalled zoo we have ever seen with the kargest...More
My husband and I visited Reid Park Zoo in October of 2018. To be honest I didn’t have high hopes for it given the roads to get to the zoo and the weird entrance to the zoo. Nonetheless we were pleasantly surprised upon going through...More
This is not a large zoo but it is very nice. I spent about 2 hours there and seen all the animals. It's very clean and laid out very well. They had tigers, beautiful lions lots of elephants a little bit of everything to enjoy....More
Hi. The last two gave you some good tips. I’m only going to add that the Sonoran Desert Museum is mostly dirt paths. So if you have a stroller, small kids or walking restrictions this can be challenging. Also once you are... More
Hi. The last two gave you some good tips. I’m only going to add that the Sonoran Desert Museum is mostly dirt paths. So if you have a stroller, small kids or walking restrictions this can be challenging. Also once you are way out on the paths, there is no water or bathrooms. It’s a great perspective of our living desert otherwise. For kids they have a stamp book of animal tracks you can buy. I think it’s $1.00. There are stamp stations around the grounds that they have to locate and stamp their book. They typically have a daily animal encounter schedule up for review. Also they have a restaurant / cafe with good food.
The zoo is more geared towards kids with giraffe feedings and a carrousel ride. Other than the giraffe feedings they do not any other scheduled encounters most days. Sometimes volunteers have small animals out in the education center. They also have a cafe.