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Binder Park Zoo

7400 Division Drive
269-979-1351

Mission: Binder Park Zoo’s mission is to nurture empathy, understanding, and conservation of nature.



Reviews

Caleigh Bratton

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
I just visited this zoo for the first time yesterday and i was completely blown away. I love how the zoo is set in the woods so not only are you getting to see all of these amazing animals but you are also getting to walk around nature versus a bunch of concrete. A great deal for the price of the tickets and getting to feed the giraffes was an experience I will never forget. We didn’t buy any food or drinks while there because the prices for everything were really high, but that is to be expected at a zoo. I will always recommend this zoo to people and will be coming back myself!

Jacque Stineback

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018
We had an awesome time at this place. We brought the old (in their 80s needing a wheelchair) and the young (needing a stroller). There was some our wheels couldn't make but for the most part I got the wheel chair everywhere it needed to go. Wonderful park like setting. TONS OF SHADE. We have a membership and can't wait to use it this summer! Our out of town family was amazed by this place!

Cody Hough

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Monday, July 16, 2018
I've been going here since I was a little kid and it has grown so much! The park has always been wonderful and it has only gotten better with time. The exhibits are incredibly well done, informative and large. The parks currently spans over two large sub-areas best split up as Africa and Not-Africa. Both parts are great but feature largely different animals. Make sure if you go you make it a full day trip or you will end up stressed out trying to see it all. Lastly this is one of the few zoos I've actually enjoyed eating at, which is a pleasant surprise!

Jeremiah Chism

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
This is a fantastic Zoo but plan to walk a whole bunch. It's pretty big but if you can get there before midday heat, the animals are active and the staff is super friendly. It's also not very busy if you go pretty close to open so you can get right up to the edges of the cages and Exhibits and see the animals. I probably been here four times that I've never seen the cheetah, so the jury is still out on whether or not he actually exists, but we loved feeding the giraffes so take a little bit extra cash with you so you can feed those. I think if I remember correctly it was 5 romaine lettuce leaves for 8 bucks. Totally worth it and the giraffes just love it.

Jessica Arnold

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018
This zoo has a lot going for it. They have a large array of animals, along with a carousel and other fun things for young children. The African Safari area is a little far from the main zoo area, but they offer a tram ride for people who can't or don't want to walk the 10 minute uphill path. Feeding the giraffes is a memorable experience, but it is a little pricey. My biggest complaint with this zoo is that the enclosures for some of the bigger animals (lions, namely) are quite small. All in all, the zoo is fun for the kids and adults, but no so fun for the animals.

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