Willow Park Zoo
Willow Park Zoo is managed by the non-profit 501 (C)(3) Willow Park Zoo Foundation. For more information contact Troy Cooper, Zoo Director, at or (435) 750-9894.
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Willow Park Zoo is accepting applications for volunteers to help with zoo animal care, grounds
maintenance, tour guides, gift shop, conservation projects and more. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on how to become involved.
Children 3-11 Years of Age $1.50
Children 2 and Under Free(fees subject to change)
Monday through Thursday from 11:00 am-5:00 pm
Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Closed November through March (except special events)
Willow Park Zoo focuses on education, conservation, scientific study, and offers recreation
through its services to all patrons. The Zoo maintains a very popular story time program,
conservation-oriented on-site and outreach education programs that involve over 10,000 students
Patrons have the opportunity to purchase memberships to Willow Park Zoo that provide added value through reciprocating admission discounts to other participating zoos and Willow Park Zoo social functions.
The Wildlife Learning Center (WLC) houses Willow Park Zoo's educational programs. Every year thousands of students take part in these programs. They are available to schools, preschools, scout groups, retirement centers, church groups, and more. The WLC also holds the zoo’s Story Time, Summer Adventures, Boo at the Zoo and other events.
Generally, the WLC will be closed to the public; however, we will have public hours, presentations, and events for everyone to enjoy as staff and time permit. These hours will be posted at the zoo.
For more info, please email Troy Cooper or call (435) 750-9894.