The Zoo is home to over 400 animals and features a train and carousel. We recommend that you plan for at least 1.5 – 2 hours time for a visit to our Zoo.
The pavilions located in Glenwood Park are owned and operated by the City of Erie Parks Department. They are on a “first come, first serve” reserved basis.
We have wheelchair accessible routes throughout the zoo. Wheelchairs are able to be rented in the gift shop, based upon availability. You can call ahead and reserve a wheelchair by calling 814-864-4091.
Strollers rentals are available at the gift shop for an additional fee. $7.00 for single stroller. $8.00 for double stroller.
The Zoo is not able to take care of any sick or injured animals outside the Zoo’s collection. However, the following contacts will assist you.
Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (will accept birds of prey, vultures, bats, opossums and reptiles ) Contact: Sue DeArment 814-763-2574, located in Crawford County
Skye’s Spirit Wildlife Center (will accept small mammals, song birds, waterfowl and birds of prey, white-tailed deer fawns and native reptiles.)
Contact: Mary Jane Angelo 814-786-9677, located in Venango County
Yes, our Lost and Found is located inside the Gift Shop near the front entrance.
No, for the health and safety of the animals in our collection, pets are not allowed on Zoo grounds. We do allow guide dogs.