Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park, Hershey
About Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park, Hershey
Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park, Hershey - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 201 Park Ave, Hershey, PA 17033, United States
Ticket Price: 11 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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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 Information
- 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.
Zooamerica North American Wildlife Park Ticket Prices
- Junior (3-8): 9 USD
- Children (2 and under): free
- Senior (55+) : 9 USD
- Taxes applicable
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Great time here. I was a little concerned about some of the animals - especially the ones inside. Perhaps having a staff member around there might be helpful to remind kids [and parents!] not to bang on the glass and limit the flash on their cameras for nocturnal animals (although that should be common sense, unfortunately it seemed to be not-so common).
Zoo America has been one of my favorites since i was a little kid. Not a huge zoo. But definitely worth the trip. Very entertaining. A good family visit. Fun for everyone.
This is one of my favorite Zoo that I've visited so far. I've been to many others but this one is so special because it has some cool reptiles, brown and black bears, and many other animals which are hard to find somewhere else. My favorite part was watching Bears so closely (behind the fence 😉)
Very small, but it was great! Well kept and clean. The animals seemed to be well taken care of. First time I saw a bear and a Peregrine Falcon, live in person! They have kernels that you can feed to the ducks and the geese, which I thought was neat. Just feed the machine a quarter, and you get a handful of corn kernels. If you don't have, there was plenty on the floor.
Animals were kept in cages/confines that seemed much too small for them and it was difficult to see most of the outdoor animals. The best part about it was that there are no/very little lines for the bathrooms and concessions. The bathrooms were the cleanest I saw in the whole park but the concession stand had very little variety - I honestly would have only given 2 stars if it hadn't been for the nice, clean, open bathroom and lack of a 40 minute line to get food!
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