As always the Zoo is probably one of the best ways to spend a day, Portland is the exception with adding concerts just walking distance away. It is a beautiful well maintained facility. My best advice would be to go on a day that’s mild...More
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My husband LOVES zoos, so we tend to go to them wherever we go...small, large & in-between. I think this was one of my favorites. It is in a hilly, forested area which creates kind of a maze to get from one area to another....More
A really nice Zoo, best and largest in the State of Oregon. On a hill top, with hundreds of different animals to see. Small train to ride, fun for the kids of all ages.
Beautiful Zoo and well put together. Large exhibition of animals from all over. Totally enjoyed the experience and not very expensive.
We went with another family that had an annual pass, so we didn't need to pay. But the rates are pretty cheap in the off-season. It would have been around $65 for the 5 of us in August, but just $45 in the off-season. Pretty...More
Good variety of animals, wish they were always out. The kids love to explore the different regions and see if they can spot them from afar. Great place to educate and tire a child out.
very nice zoo. and if here in the winter time make sure to enjoy the fantastic Zoo lights from end of November until early January (?)...
this is an amazing zoo with lots of varieties of animals.Polar bear and penguins were also there.It covers a huge area.The train ride was also great.i have visited Philadelphia zoo as well and I must say Oregon zoo was far far far better.Kids and adults...More