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All reviews prairie dogs donation box interesting animals west entrance great small town small donation great variety of animals free admission animals seem city park nice playground gift shop any age picnic area eastern shore all ages a great place to spend
I made a stop at the salisbury zoo Sunday. I felt like taking a walk since it was a warm day, so i took myself over there. My favorite place to visit there a group of flamingos with macaw parrots overhead. Their beautiful colors really...More
The Salisbury zoo was a delight. Small but very well done. Similar to the organization, communication and general feel to a bigger zoo - but small.
Sure, the number and types of animals are limited but the ones they have (and they do have some...More
This zoo is a nice place to walk around and view the animals. It is well maintained and free from trash. Most of the animals seemed to be active and comfortable in their environments, although one large cat was pacing an awful lot, as if...More
It's a nice little small town zoo. My Grandchildren live in Dallas, so they were not too impressed. Same animals since I was a child (just different generations probably). They really should add some new things.
Went to this zoo, because of all very positive reviews. The only positive thing was that it was free. The bears live in a very small space and seems to be very frustrated and stressed. They had bald spots on their body. Also the wolf...More
You are not allowed to fish within the zoo area, however branch river that runs through the zoo flows west back into the Wicomico River. It passes through the Salisbury City Park and you can fish there. It's not a great... More
You are not allowed to fish within the zoo area, however branch river that runs through the zoo flows west back into the Wicomico River. It passes through the Salisbury City Park and you can fish there. It's not a great fishing area, but it's okay for teaching kids the basics. North of Salisbury, up route 13, is Leonard's Mill Pond, which has better fishing areas... as well as Trap Pond State Park in Laurel, Delaware, which is a short drive away.