This zoo is actually quite large for having a young toddler. We did not get through the entire zoo prior to having to leave due to naps. Luckily, we bought a year long membership. There is a great place that you can touch sting rays and there are sharks to see. We stayed for part of their show "Dr. Bones" - supposed to be a Indiana Jones adventure type show and it was actually a very engaging, fun show with exotic animals that are not at the average zoo show. I felt like I got much closer to a lot of the animals, as opposed to other zoos. I was very pleased with our visit. They allow outside food, which helps with the cost, and have free lockers for storing items (as long as you bring your own lock). The parking is also free, making this a very low cost activity for the family. We had a wagon so we didn't need a locker but bringing outside food really helped keep our cost down.
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