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Sequoia Park Zoo

     

In operation since 1907, Sequoia Park Zoo has long been considered one of the most important cultural facilities in the area. The Zoo is committed to providing a high quality facility that offers not only the care of a variety of animals, but also an opportunity for visitors to experience a greater appreciation of the value and diversity of our planet's life forms.

Highlights of Sequoia Park Zoo include the new Barnyard and Entry Pavilion plus a walk-through aviary. The Barnyard is a kid-friendly place to meet and greet several kinds of farm animals plus explore some of the secrets of our big, beautiful barn. Our walk-through aviary features a natural setting where you can enjoy close encounters with several species of colorful and unusual birds. The new Entry Pavilion includes a classroom, indoor animal exhibits featuring the Secrets of the Forest plus restroom, café and gift shop facilities. Stop by and watch the animal keepers prepare meals for the zoo animals at our new kitchen viewing window!

The Zoo's goals include conservation, education and recreation. The Sequoia Park Zoo is proud to be one of the smallest institutions that has been accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association.

The beauty and genius of a work of art may be reconceived, though its first material expression be destroyed; a vanished harmony may yet again inspire the composer; but when the last individual of a race of living things breathes no more, another heaven and another earth must pass before such a one can be again. 
~William Beebe, 1906 (one year prior to the beginning of Sequoia Park Zoo)

For more information about the Zoo and the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation, visit the website: www.sequoiaparkzoo.net

Hours of Operation and Admission Fees

Zoo Grounds
10 am – 5 pm
Open Mondays in summer (Memorial Day - Labor Day) & major holidays.
Closed Mondays during winter.


Zoo Gift Shop
10 am - 5 pm

Zoo Cafe (Call for Take Out: 707-442-8000)
11 am - 4 pm
 
Zoo Admission Fees  
Adults: $6.75
Children (3-12): $4.75
Military/Senior (60+): $5.75
Children under 3: FREE

Prices discounted $1.00 during winter season (October - April)
HALF PRICE WEDNESDAY! Every Wednesday is Half Price!

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Directions to Zoo

Park Zoo is located at 3414 "W" Street just east of beautiful Sequoia Park in Eureka,California.

From the north on Highway 101: drive through town on 101 southbound (4th Street, turns into Broadway); turn left at Harris Street opposite Bayshore Mall.Travel ahead on Harris Street about 1 mile. Turn right on W Street. The zoo is 2 blocks ahead.

From the south on Highway 101: less than a mile past city limits, turn right on Harris Street opposite Bayshore Mall. Travel ahead on Harris Street about 1 mile. Turn right on W Street. The zoo is 2 blocks ahead.

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