- Address: 237 Unity Side Rd E, Caledonia, ON N3W 2H7, Canada
- Phone: +1-9057655966
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Zoo, Family And Kids
Nestled in rural Caledonia, the Killman Zoo is a paradise for wildlife lovers. The zoo has more than 35 different species of animals including fearsome predators like the tigers, lions, jaguars and cougars. It was opened to the public in the year 1988. Out of the total area of 33 acres, 7 acres has been converted to walking trails for the visitors. The peaceful surroundings, the natural settings, the beautiful ponds and the scenic view of the Grand river make it one of the most popular attractions in Ontario.
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Killman Zoo Reviews & Ratings
It's an amazing place. See all the "bid cats" is awesome. You can hear them "roaring". It's beautiful and very well care.
My daughter and I enjoy visiting The Killman Zoo! It’s amazing to see all the beautiful, well kept animals that are so close to home! Love the cute little shop. Prices are reasonable.
I spent a few hours at the Killman Zoo with my 6 year old daughter, and her friend, and it was a wonderful experience. The owners and caretakers give so much love and affection towards their animals. I was informed that they operate more like an animal sanctuary for sick or injured animals, and they do take great care of their animals. All of their animals were beautiful. I will definitely visit again. Very reasonable prices. The staff were very friendly and interactive with both their animals, and with the customers. We also went for a nice long walk on a provincial trail, located right beside The Killman Zoo, after we were finished, so that was a nice bonus of activities to keep our kids busy!
I love this zoo. The animals are being well cared for and rehabilitated. Amazing animals
I often volunteer here. The owners love their animals and would do anything for them. They are well looked after and know the owners. Most of the cats were born there and know their names and the volunteers and owners. Very much fun to hang out and work there. Good prices and service! All the animals are happy.