No, tickets are purchased in person at the ticket booth.

Every year, Randall Oaks Zoo receives many inquiries from people who want to donate wild animals or exotic pets. However, the Zoo is not able to accept them. If you have an animal in need of a new home, try the following:

  • Contact local and regional rescue organizations, such as the ASPCA, that specialize in caring for unwanted pets.
  • Ask friends & neighbors for assistance. Many folks are interested in animals or may know someone with interest.

Please do not release an exotic or non-native animal into the wild - there is very little chance of survival.

Sorry, admission is valid for one entry.

Restrooms are located next to the main barn, behind the Zoo Treehouse.

Yes. 

No, we only sell a small variety of snacks and drinks at the gift shop.

Yes! Our gift shop offers an array of gifts and toys.

Yes, the following items are prohibited for our animals' and visitors' safety and welfare.

  • The use of tobacco products, including e-cigarettes
  • Entering non-public areas
  • Glass bottles
  • Firearms and weapons (even if you have a concealed carry endorsement)
  • Balloons
  • Bicycles
  • Segways, hoverboards
  • Skates, skateboards, roller blades or scooters

The Zoo will allow service animals for all disabilities on grounds as outlined by the ADA standards. For the safety and well-being of our guests and animals, pets, emotional support, and therapy animals are not allowed inside the Zoo.

Yes, you may bring in your stroller or small wagon.

Cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express.

Yes, you may apply your daily tickets to your membership on the same day as your visit.

The Randall Oaks Zoo is open, rain or shine. However, if the Zoo determines a severe weather closure is necessary, the zoo will close.

The Zoo is open March-December.

No, Randall Oaks Zoo no longer offers birthday party packages. You can rent a shelter and picnic area next door to the zoo. Online registrations can be found: https://www.dtpd.org/park-rentals