Living in the area we'd been many times through the early years with our children, and now are taking grandchildren. Although the zoo spent many $$ to build a new ticket office/gift shop and an education center, the animal exhibits are sadly lacking. It is understood the zoo is small and land-locked, but there doesn't appear to have had much spent improving the number of animals or their habitats. Some construction is currently going on at the moment. The playground is very nice for small children, but that shouldn't be the focus of a zoo. When our children were little, there was a nice children's section but that is merely a walking loop now with little to see. The number of flamingos is impressive but their enclosure is really small for their number. The education center appears to be for administrative purposes and social events. I couldn't take grandchildren in last week because the person selling tickets said their daycamp was using it and "there isn't much to see anyway." Overall, disappointing. I had already purchased a family membership for this visit but justified that knowing the membership is reciprocal with other zoos.
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