2421 Bement Ave., Evansville Indiana 47720
Located on Bement Avenue, this park occupies 70 acres and features more than 700 animals. Animals roam freely in natural habitats surrounded by exotic plants, wildflowers and trees. In addition, the Discovery Center focuses on the world's vanishing rain forests and animals. A petting zoo, paddle boats and a train also are available.
Open daily 9am-4pm.
Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(White Hall) FLC Outfitters
(Henderson) Southside Animal Hospital
(McLeansboro) Ten Mile Creek SFWA
(Evansville) Village East Animal Hospital
(Evansville) Westside Pet Hospital
(Owensboro) Wills Animal Hospital
10/30 Coming to The Evansville area
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