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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
We take our grandkids there often and they love it each time,the paths are easy to walk and there is a great variety of animals to see up close. There is even a great park for the children to enjoy too.It doesn't cost a dime...More
What a great surprise! This little zoo packs a lot of fun into it's smaller space. The animals looked great and their enclosures were clean and well maintained. The employees were very friendly and personable and stopped to answer any questions we had. The zoo...More
My husband and I have visited the Salisbury Zoo several times over the past few years. It's nice because it's not real big and it is FREE! (There is a place you can provide a monetary donation if you choose to.) On our most recent...More
This is a nice small zoo. Free ! They can definitely use some additional funds to maintain some of the habitats. Nice shaded areas and walkways. We donated 20 for our family. Enjoyed about 1 hour with toddler in stroller. Nice reasonable priced snack bar...More
Great for a quick zoo stop on the way back from the beach!
Its free but please donate! Cant image any free zoos left but this is perfect for a mini zoo. My kids had a blast! Thanks to the corporate and private donors who...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.