Home to over 200 animals, the ZooAmerica North America Wildlife Park is one of the top-rated attractions of Hershey. Spread over 11 acres, this wildlife park dates back to 1910.
Rare species like black bear, bison and mountain lions call it a home.
Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park Travel Tips
- Gift shop and seasonal food services available.
- Picnic lunches allowed.
- Same day admission to ZooAmerica is included in the Hersheypark one-price admission plan during the Park operating season, when entered from within Hersheypark. Hersheypark admission tickets are not valid for admission at the ZooAmerica off-street entrance.
Entrance Ticket Details For Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park
- Junior (3-8): 9 USD
- Children (2 and under): free
- Senior (55+) : 9 USD
- Taxes applicable
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87.34% of people who visit Hershey include Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
51.02% of people start their Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park
90.92% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park
ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park Reviews & Ratings
Nice little zoo. Did not take long to walk. The enclosures are a nice size for the animals. The tortoise/roadrunner/burrowing owl/quail enclosure was magnificent. We followed the suggested route and loved the view of the zoo from the higher paths at the beginning. Nice to see a zoo that concentrates on animals from our continent.
As a North American only zoo, there isn't going to be enough attractions here to fill a full day. But the staff are friendly and helpful, and the animals are clearly well looked after. My wife and I had a lovely afternoon here, and would recommend it for anyone looking to experience some of the great wildlife that calls our country home.
It is a North American animal zoo and some animals are there because they were rescued and cannot be released/ returned to the wild. The staff is polite and helpful. The train is hilly. Limited food is available, however you may take your own food and have a picnic . The Eagles are majestic. There are wolves and the Mountain Lion is silent and stealthy.
It's a nice distraction from the rest of Hershey and provides some relaxation before getting back to the roller coasters. I can't help but think it needs a bit of a refresh, though, or at least a more frequent cleaning schedule. A lot of it just looks run down and a little unkempt. Still, it's worth checking out, especially if you have kids.
Didn't expect the zoo would be so good. They have suggested route which took us up high through elevated path which is so nice so you can see much more view and my kids love it so much. They also have a lot of different animals and pretty much shaded area from the trees and nice surrounding.