Cape May County Park and Zoo At A Glance...
About Cape May County Park and Zoo
Over three-quarters of a million visitors stop by the Cape May County Zoo each year. They're greeted by lions and tigers and bears, by red pandas and red foxes, by camels and cranes. An astounding 200 species of animals, birds, and reptiles fill the Cape May zoo's park-like setting.
The Cape May County Zoo advises you to allow at least two hours for a leisurely visit. Within the park area, you will find picnic areas, walk/bike paths, fishing ponds, picnic shelters, a disc golf course, playgrounds & more. Located on the East side of Route 9 are tennis courts and a baseball field.
- Jogging / Running
- Playing in the playground
- Parking Lot(s)/Garage
- Disc / Frisbee Golf Course
- Picnic / Sitting Area
- Grills / Firering
- Picnic shelter(s)
- Picnic tables
Multiple playgrounds around the park
- Restaurant On Premises
- County Parks
- Zoo / Aquarium / Petting Zoo
- Petting Zoo/Regular Zoo/Animals
- Alcohol *NOT Permitted*
Hours / Season of Operation
Cape May Park and Zoo are open year round! They are closed on some holidays so please check before heading there.
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