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The Wild Animal Park

Enjoy watching daily feedings of the zoo’s lions, tigers and gators – oh my!

1-315-727-5587
7621 Lakeport Rd
Chittenango, NY 13037
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Located just north of the Village of Chittenango, The Wild Animal Park is a zoo that provides a unique opportunity for visitors to learn about a wide variety of animals of domestic and exotics animals from all over the world. Enjoy watching daily feedings of the zoo’s lions, tigers and gators – oh my!


This 14-acre park has all the staples of larger zoos, including zebras, lions, a camel and a petting and feeding area. It also has something else: Hopper's Bounceland, which has five large bounce houses, including a 23-foot bounce slide.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Chittenango, NY

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