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Willow Park Zoo

419 West 700 South
435 890-3039/435-890-0356

About :

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 each year.

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.

Willow Park Zoo is managed by the non-profit 501 (C)(3) Willow Park Zoo Foundation. For more information contact Troy Cooper, Director at 435 890-3039 or Barbara Tew, Education Director at 435-890-0356.

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: for more details on how to become involved.


Robert Wallenmeyer

Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
It's so awesome there! They have different species of birds, there's are different animals there-raccoons,elk,porcupines, sheep, goats,a reindeer, a red fox,two capuchin monkeys! They let you feed the ducks and geese-you can buy a bag of bird feed for a dollar at the entrance when you pay to get in! The entrance fee is responsible! They have a petting zoo, exotic animals some I mentioned they are so awesome! 419 W 700 S Logan, UT. Take the kids,a date, friends and have an enjoyable time! It's amazing!

James McDermott

Saturday, July 28, 2018
This is a nice, small zoo. The workers are kind and helpful. The petting zoo is fun with goats, sheep, and rabbits. The mammals are mainly local. Some of the birds are exotic. The turtles are the reptiles on display. The prices are low - $4 /adult and $3 /child. The gift shop had pretty neat items in it as well.

Kathryn Featherstone

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
This is a fantastic small zoo! Well worth $4 per person. There is a fun variety of animals you don't usually see in the zoo, more than I'd expected, and you get to see them up closer. I was impressed with how active the animals were. The reindeer, parrot that says "hi" and "hello," and monkeys are a must-see. For $1 you can feed any birds that roan free, including peacocks! And for 25 cents, you can feed sheep and goats at the petting zoo. There were large sheep, young sheep, and even a baby goat there! This was a nice outing for 1-2 hours for people of any age.

Sky Noris

Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
Great place for the entire family. While I miss the free entrance of years ago and the bears 🤣 this Zoo is still fantastic and looks like they continue to work on it and improve. I don't mind having to pay a little money for a great experience. Besides I remember reading a few years back they lost some funding. Bottom line the Zoo is still open and it's fantastic!

Richard Featherstone

Saturday, July 14, 2018
Zootah is a hidden gem of fun for families with kids. There are of course cute little animals like swans and turtles. They also seem to be taking care of Dexter from Night in the Museum. My oldest daughter and I were treated to a hilarious show until I pulled out my phone to video his antics, once I did that Dexter left in disgust. Oh, stars these days; so camera shy.

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