Reid Park Zoological Society
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- Non Profit
Travel from the mountains of South America, through the Asian rain forest, and to the African savanna in one day. Reid Park Zoo allows visitors to explore naturalistic habitats housing hundreds of exotic animals from around the world. Reid Park Zoo is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in nurturing wildlife through conservation, research and education. This 24-acre facility is involved in captive breeding programs for several threatened and endangered species. Zoo visitors and experts agree that Reid Park Zoo makes an enjoyable and educational place to spend family time.
Highlights are baby elephant Nandi born in August 2014 along with her family, visitors will also see tigers, lions, giraffes, rhinos, jaguars, bears, zebras, gibbons, lemurs and much more. Activities include camel rides, train, and rides giraffe feeding and Kenya Get Wet.
The Zoo is host to many wild events including its premier gala, ZOOcson, Boo at the zoo, Zoo Lights, Mother's Day breakfast, Summer Safari Friday Nights, Brew at the Zoo, Wine Gone Wild and more.
Every visit to the Zoo isinspiring or inspirational and you can explore your Zoo by attending a class, joining a camp, or bringing a field trip to the Zoo.
The Zoo also offers a variety of venues to host a party or event which will provide your guests with an experience they?ll never forget.
The Zoo is located in central Tucson off of Randolph Way, just north of 22nd Street. Randolph Way is the first street west of Alvernon.