Hotels near Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife

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Hotels near Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife

The Oregon Zoo connects communities to the wonder of wildlife to create a better future for all. Located on 64 forested acres just minutes from Portland city center, we are a hub for science, conservation, education and animal well-being delivering the highest quality of care to 165 species and subspecies. We are one of the most visited cultural landmarks in the Pacific Northwest, with around 1.5 million visits each year—inspiring guests and community members of all ages, abilities and backgrounds by creating safe, welcoming spaces. Through their tickets and memberships, as well as support from the Oregon Zoo Foundation, we are able to make a difference for wildlife at home and around the world. Our community’s support helps us protect more than 20 endangered and threatened species — from California condors to Oregon silverspot butterflies. Community supported since 1888, we are part of Metro, greater Portland’s regional government.
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The Hotel Zags Portland in Portland
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515 SW Clay St, Portland, OR 97201-5407
2.9 km from Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
#3 Best Value of 321 Hotels near Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
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310 SW Lincoln St Portland State University, Portland, OR 97201-5007
2.8 km from Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
#13 Best Value of 321 Hotels near Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
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1022 SW Harvey Milk Street, Portland, OR 97205-2610
3.1 km from Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
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415 SW Montgomery St, Portland, OR 97201-5518
2.8 km from Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
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2426 NW Vaughn St, Portland, OR 97210
3.2 km from Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
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123 NW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97209-4143
3.0 km from Oregon Zoo: Together for Wildlife
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  • DS1
    35 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nice Zoo, easy to walk around in.
    We went to the Zoo, because our teenage daughter had done a school project and wanted to go to the Oregon Zoo. It's a very nice zoo. They could have more dining options at entrance (the one and only one was under renovations) and a lot of "junk food" inside the zoo available but we found no healthy options. Exiting was a little difficult, since the signs were not clear and we ended up going out the same way we came in. The tram is easy and free and the rose garden amazing. Worth the time.
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written July 2, 2023
  • gorgegrl
    Troutdale, Oregon77 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful zoo with lots of various animals
    The Washington Park Zoo has clean and beautiful grounds, I also enjoyed the flowers and vegetation. (I've never been to another zoo) but seems big enough, without being exhaustingly large for littles. Most of the habitats are much larger than they used to be which is better for the animals. I did see a water bottle refill station. Picknick tables spread out through the park and green grass in the center, make nice lunch areas. Loved watching the giraffes eat. They had certain times, people could pay to feed them (not cheap of course), we just stood to the side and watched. Really enjoyed watching the baby orangutan, snowy white owl had babies too. We never got a map or such, seems like everything is through your phone now. Mushu, the red panda we couldn't spot. *Admission is online with selected timed entrances. I saw some people show up who hadn't realized this. Hint: There were two lines at the entrance. Oddly the one very long line & much shorter line were for the same kind of admission. Go for the shorter one of course.
    Visited July 2023
    Written July 29, 2023
  • Mp J
    22 contributions
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    Best Zoo
    My family and I really enjoyed the Oregon Zoo. The grounds were beautiful and we saw many animals. It was wonderful seeing the elephants since zoos in our state do not have elephants. The zoo was very clean and it was enjoyable to walk around. We spent hour there and saw so many wonderful exhibits. I have been to many different zoos in the country and this one is my favorite.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written August 22, 2023
  • Laura W
    Denver, Colorado50 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I love the one way streets!
    Very nice big zoo. My favorite thing is that for the most part, the trails are one way. I love this! Other zoos have you going in circles. I love that there’s plenty of viewing spots so if you don’t see the animal in one part of the enclosure you may see them in another part. The prices in the gift shop were on par with other zoos.
    Visited October 2023
    Travelled solo
    Written October 6, 2023
  • mtgirl1982
    Billings, Montana187 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    nicely layed out zoo
    very nicely layed out zoo. the enclosures are large and the animals seemed well taken care of. can easily spend half a day looking around. many different animals to enjoy. recommend if in the area.
    Visited October 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written October 24, 2023
  • Tallchristine
    Lake Oswego, Oregon39 contributions
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    Oregon Zoo- beautiful zoo for natural animal environments
    I have been a visitor and member of the oregon Zoo for over twenty’s and seen the zoo go through many changes over the years. not all of which I like but most of which I can live with. Just read through many of. the reviews and it. seems many people love to complain about things they don’t understand. Biggest complaints: price of parking ($8) . there is a Max train stop right at the zoo and you get a discount on your admission if you take the Max. The parking overflows, traffic gets often backed up and the zoo charges admission to encourage people to take public transit. 2) can’t see the animals- some stones true for the larger exhibits which have been enlarged to create more space for the big animals like the elephants and the polar bears. also so many visitors go in the heat of the day in the summer when animals like to take a siesta. I’ve found the best days to go are when it is early in the day, there is a light rain or it is a bit chilly and the animals are out and about. 90 degree weather outs all creatures to sleep! 3) animals aren’t well taken of- the elephant exhibit paid for my portland taxpayer is incredible because of the freedom and space the elephants have to wander. Peak experience to watch them swim in the 15 foot deep pool. they are not deprived at all. 4) There are no keys and birds at the zoo. get a paper map or one online e and locate where they are. 5) train- great for families with little ones but a waste of money for adults alone with older kids. used to go to Rose Garden which was a beautiful ride but a landslide destroyed the tracks. sad they won’t fix it. A big complaint from me and others
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written January 7, 2024
  • PH2003
    Denver, Colorado373 contributions
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    One of the coolest zoos I’ve seen
    Being from Denver, I’m used to the city zoo just being a bunch of fake habitats in the middle of the city. Oregon’s zoo is so much different and I loved every bit of it. From the start, the zoo itself just blends into the city. The environment feels completely natural and you blend right into the mossy forest. You don’t even feel like you’re in a zoo, you feel completely immersed in nature. I also appreciated the diverse animals that Oregon has, compared to other zoos I’ve seen. It’s clean, the animals don’t seem miserable, and the path is a solid in/out model. It’s impossible to get lost in this place. The only downside to going on an off-season rainy day is the lack of food. We had to walk practically halfway through before we found a food spot that was open. The little food carts were all closed.
    Visited February 2024
    Travelled as a couple
    Written February 12, 2024
  • Susan T
    Vancouver, Washington20 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Even fun in the rain!
    This zoo is a gorgeous walk through lush forest and spacious animal habitats. Excellent viewing opportunities with animal bedding and activities closely. Animals appear content, healthy, and relaxed with gorgeous coat colors. Favorites include Polar Bears swimming, otter entertainment, big cats. Aviary warm and walkable. Delicious hot cider at the Aviary Cafe.
    Visited March 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written March 30, 2024
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