Zoo in Grand Rapids


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  • Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park
    Want to explore the world without the stress of travel? Plan a visit to Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park, the premier cultural center of Alto. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    8313 Pratt Lake Avenue Southeast
    Alto, MI US
  • Potawatomi Zoological Society
    See all of your favorite animals up close at Potawatomi Zoological Society with this one-of-a-kind zoo in South Bend. Every great place has a restaurant on the side. When you come to this zoo, it's no different. Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join in the fun at this zoo. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    500 S Greenlawn Ave
    South Bend, IN US
  • John Ball Zoo
    More than 2,000 animals populate John Ball Zoo, crawling, swimming, and flying from five different continents and more than 250 different species. The zoo has some other impressive stats: in 2013 alone, for instance, more than 500,000 visitors flocked to John Ball Zoo to marvel at its collection of creatures. Animal-lovers can spot critters big and small, from lions and bears to lizards and lemurs. In the North America section, they come nose-to-nose with grizzlies, and on the Far Side of the World Trail, they get close enough to smell the wallabies' cologne. At some exhibits, the view is even closer. Visitors can pet stingrays and sharks, ride atop the humps of a camel, and stop by the petting zoo at Red's Hobby Farm. For an adrenaline fix, zoo adventures include the zip line, offering bird's-eye views of the farm from a four-story, 300-foot line.
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    1300 W Fulton St.
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • The Coopersville & Marne Railway Company
    The Coopersville & Marne Railway Company whisks riders back in time aboard passenger cars from the early 1900s, a diesel locomotive built in 1952, and tracks laid in 1858. Trained volunteers dressed in period uniforms welcome passengers, who then set out on a route through scenic fields and family-owned farmlands as a soundtrack of 1800s train music plays in the background. Throughout the ride, the conductor shares stories about the train and its route, filled with glimpses of deer, wild turkeys, and eagles, as well as several flowing creeks. Upon request, passengers may join the engineer in his cab to see how the train works or perform duets of “The Ballad of Casey Jones.” The railway company regularly hosts special events aboard its trains, including the Great Train Robbery, a Wild West–themed escapade with volunteers playing Jesse James, the Earp brothers, and other legendary figures. To celebrate the holidays, the company operates a Santa train where kids can meet Kris Kringle; a bunny train with a walking, talking Easter bunny; and a fall-themed ride that includes a visit to a pumpkin patch.
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    311 Danforth St
    Coopersville, MI US
  • Harvest Moon Acres
    Cleaved through 5 acres of towering corn stalks, Harvest Moon Acres' sprawling corn maze sends journeyers through an ear-walled labyrinth filled with disorienting twists and tricky clues that lead the way. The maze shares the expansive farm with a variety of other kid-friendly, bucolic attractions, including a petting zoo and an outdoor fun zone. There, guests soar down a 40-foot slide or take aim at targets from behind the pumpkin slingshots, originally used to knock enemy witches from their brooms during World War II. Hayrides surround guests with the cool, fragrant autumn air as they cruise over the 20-acre grounds on a soft bed of hay. Harvest Moon Acres also sells pumpkins, indian corn, and other fall staples for those looking for seasonal decorations or ingredients for autumnal recipes.
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    18725 M-40 Hwy.
    Gobles, MI US
  • Kellogg Bird Sanctuary
    Sports fans flock to Augusta's Augusta for a fun day away. It's certainly time you stopped reading about this club with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite. No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home at this club. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    12685 East C Avenue
    Augusta, MI US

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