11793 N. Micke Grove Road
Lodi, California 95240
Phone: (209) 331-2010
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
I came here with my daughter for her first time at the zoo. It is a small zoo, so our trip only lasted 1.5 hours. But it is definitely worth checking out, and maybe have a picnic at the beautiful park next to the zoo entrance. I do wish they had a cafe or some sort of snacks/food stand. It is very inexpensive compared to other zoo's, so we will definitely be coming back but this time with other people.
I love that they have improved the living quarters for all the animals. The cages are clean and the animals seem content. It's much nicer than it was years ago. Many improvements have been done and the park is a really nice place to take friends and family for a nice picnic, enjoy the zoo, the gardens are beautiful and they have kiddy rides. I love Micke Grove Park and Zoo!!
If you need Something to do in the stockton area. This is one thing I can recommend. It is a cute little Zoo with a good amount of animals most of the animals have been there for a while and are rescues.
Lots of animals and its very very affordable. 5 dollar parking and zoo is 5 dollars per adult. Its a very nice zoo makes for a fun day.
A great park I love to take the kids to. $6 entrance fee is totally worth it for multiple play structures and clean restrooms. Lots of park space and covered picnic tables to use and we always have a great time. The zoo is great for animal loving kids. The animals are usually out too!
At the time I was there, not many people were around. The zoo, even though small compared to Sac Zoo, was very exciting for our 3 young great nieces. It was very interesting for myself as well with animals and displays they have. It was a great time for my family.
They are now open to the public, but the zoo and playgrounds are still closed. My family walked through the Japanese garden and had a picnic, still an enjoyable park.
So much fun great time seeing the animals masks required zoo staff are so friendly
Lonely for the most part, esp after hours when they close early now because of covid. Barely any life too it, not like the stories I've heard before. Funtown is deserted. It's Pretty still, but lifeless.
This is good for a small day trip! My children range from 10 to 1 yr old. We all found something we enjoyed here. Not the biggest zoo but still very cool. Take the kids for a hr then off to one of the 5 play structures in the park! Will go again!
Very small, but cute. Pretty reasonable at $5 adult and $3 kids, but I wouldn't pay much more. We did the entire Zoo (at a leisure pace) in under 1 hour.
The animals are well cared for and fed. Some of the exhibits even have little stuffed animals with the animals for comfort, we found it quite adorable.
Really a great place to take the kids for a couple of hours. Kept the kids interested with all there was to see. Not a big place but that's what gives it its charm.
Fun little zoo for little children. Not a big park but a cute one. Alot of stuff was closed (the amusement park and food stands) but still fun for a couple of hours.
Small simple zoo. Not your normal animals but still interesting. From start to finish takes about an hour or so. Place is clean ans staff enjoyed answering questions.
Great for toddlers. Nice assortment of animals, small and easy to walk thru, and the park grounds are expansive and gorgeous!
This a great place to have fun with your family or friends. There is a small zoo, you can easily walk around allover in 30 mnts. But the park is huge very nice and clean. And it's cheap to get in. 5 dollars by car 🚗
There were quite a few animals to observe and we found them surprisingly active and accessible to view. There are lots of shady areas and the grounds are very pleasant to walk.
It was nice seeing the lil bit of animals they have. Back in the day they had all kinds of animals. But I know they have a budget and it is very low so it can't accommodate any more animals. Just nice being outdoors..
Nice, cute little zoo inside Micke Grove Park. Great for smaller children. Great for getting walking steps in and seeing animals that have been rescued and nursed to better health. I viewed the entrance fee as a small donation to help keep this small zoo open for more generations.
Birthday week continues! Had a blast helping mom relive her childhood memories. The people working there were nice and helpful, entry fee and ticket fee were reasonably priced. To enter I paid 5 dollars and for tickets for three adults I paid 15. Oh beware the strolling birds!
Perfect day. Nice breeze. Most animals showed their faces eventually. Not too crowded. Masks are required. Just a fun few hours at the zoo and the Japanese Tea Gardens.
It was a great place to take my 1 year old daughter to. It was her first time at a zoo habitat. So she had to get used to it at first but loved seeing the birds and lemurs. We plan on going again so she can enjoy them more!
I went recently beginning of May-2021. It was really cute zoo not very big. It has cute animals and my mini me really liked it. She really enjoyed the turtles and bird area. We also busted the japanese gardens which we both had fun walking through trails and enjoying the beauty of the gardens. Well worth the price of parking.. the zoo cost 8$ for both of us. We are required to wear masks and keep social distancing. Safe and cute place. Def recommend
It's not what it used to be. The real little ones would enjoy it. No petting zoo. No big animals except a leopard. 1 short lap to see it all in about 30 min. Or less.
Awesome place to go for people of all ages. But they need some more entertaining animals. But I recommend you go.
Small zoo with several nice animals on display. Great place to take the family for an hour, but you won't need more time than that. Right now many displays are empty or under construction so not much to see at all. No gift shop or cafe open, which would be a huge improvement when visiting on a hot day and in need of a refreshment. It would also be nice to be able to pick up a souvenir or two for the little ones. If you want a short relaxing walk for the kids, this is a great place, but if you are looking for a full zoo, I would highly recommend Fresno, Oakland, or Sacramento.
Not too bad pretty decent for the price. Wish they would hurry up and open the other side though. And possibly add more food options to choose from. From the sounds of it this is a great place to take toddlers. From the looks of it they will enjoy it guaranteed. There's more than just a zoo is the rest of the park with plenty of playgrounds to choose from and also a beautiful garden you can enjoy
Almost no one there. The kids and I basically had the whole zoo to ourselves and had a blast! Understandably, a few of the exhibits were closed, as well as the snack bar, due to the heat and the pandemic. A bird laid an egg, the parrots had a whistle off with the boys, and we met a cute squirrel who happens to be the master of parkour. Nice outing if your looking to walk and talk
Micke Grove Park is a really nice place. The Zoo doesn't have many animals any longer. I think the type of animals that's still there are best for the small zoo. The eagle needs to be placed in a Much Larger enclosure than what it's in and more water misters during the hot months, in my opinion.
It's nice but on the small side😗 It's a nice place to take children to get them acquainted with some animals of the world on a small scale. The zoo is in a nice location in the park. I'll be back again with my g-kids & gg-kids😊
Very small zoo. Several enclosures are empty or under construction. The fencing they use makes it hard to see the animals or get pictures. There is no gift shop or food place. The animals that were visible seemed happy and healthy though.