Cape May County Zoo in Cape May, NJ

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Take a Trip on the Wild Side with the Cape May County Zoo in Cape May, New Jersey!

Plan a visit to the Cape May County Zoo and Park to tour the lush landscapes, visit the exotic animals, and enjoy kid-friendly events and activities designed for your little monkeys. To join in their conservation efforts, join the Cape May Zoological Society and help fund the experience that keeps families coming back generation after generation.

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5 Things to Know Before Visiting the Cape May County Zoo:

1. Keeping the Zoo Free + Fun

The Cape May County Zoo seeks to unite families through educational opportunities about animals and other forms of wildlife. Because the zoo is free admission and a nonprofit organization, the zoo is primarily run by donations through the Cape May County Zoological Society. According to their website, since 1986, this Society has provided funding to develop new exhibits, improve facilities, purchase zoo equipment and make acquisitions to our animal collection, in addition to their conservation efforts.

2. Rare Animal Exhibits

The Cape May County Zoo is home to animals from North America, South America, Australia, and Africa, some more endangered than others. Some exhibits feature endangered species’, like the Panamanian Golden Frog, which are on loan other zoos. These endangered animals teach children the severity of climate change and deforestation in a more interactive environment. Guests are also given the opportunity to sponsor their favorite animals, for a small fee, to ensure food and veterinary needs for that animal for one year. Whether your child loves unique birds, like the Black Swan, or dangerous carnivores, like the African bison, there is something at the Cape May Zoo for everyone!

3. Adopt an Animal

Besides taking the animals home with you, this is the next best thing. Your family can adopt an animal to provide its care for an entire year. Your contributions will go towards food and medical care to your animal.

4. Bring the Zoo to You

If you live within an hour of the zoo, animals can be brought to you. With programs such as “Animals Around the World” and “Miles and Miles of Reptiles,” your kids will get to personally meet some of the most exotic animals right at home.

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5. Seasonal {kid-friendly} Events

In addition to their permanent and traveling animal exhibits, the Cape May County Zoo hosts programs, activities, and events specifically for children. During the summer, bring your children to their Zoo Camp Program, featuring animal themed, age specific programs. Zoo Detectives, Artsy Animals, and For Pet’s Sake are just a few of the options to fuel your child’s curiosity. Before going to the zoo, hop online to find the zoo’s printable Scavenger Hunts, for children to enjoy throughout the zoo.

 

What does your family love about Cape May County Zoo? Leave a comment below to share your fam’s favorite animal or activity.

 

For more information about the Cape May County Zoo, visit their website, call (609) 465-5271, or follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and  Instagram.
707 U.S. 9, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

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While studying Journalism and Professional Writing at The College of New Jersey, Julia has mastered numerous skills, including sleeping with her eyes open and using NJTransit. She loves going to Jack Baker’s Wharfside in Point Pleasant with her family and going to Cuban Pete’s in Montclair with her friends. She also plays badminton with her little sister, Sarah, in her nonexistent free time. When Julia is not at Ice Cream Charlie’s, you can probably find her listening to The 1975 or watching Disney movies.

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