Lake Superior Zoo

 

Lake Superior Zoo

Situated in Fairmont Park in West Duluth, the zoo sits on over 16½ acres at the base of Spirit Mountain. The rocky hillside, majestic pines and the picturesque Kingsbury Creek, which winds down the hillside through the center of the zoo grounds, makes for an ideal setting for this attraction.

The Lake Superior Zoo is home to hundreds of native animals and exotic species. African Lions, Siberian tigers, polar bear, snow leopards, cougars,Alaskan grizzly bear, Kodiak bear, and a wide variety of hoof stock are among the larger animals you will see at our zoo.

Every day there is something new and exciting happening; animal feedings, trainings and enrichment activities are part of our daily schedule. Children love to feed and interact with our barnyard friends, especially the llama, donkey and pigmy goat. Don't miss the Primate Conservation Center, where the Angolan colobus monkeys, cotton-topped tamarins, goeldi's monkeys and other endangered primates make their home. A Nocturnal Wing within the Primate Center houses a variety of bats, two-toed sloths, South American porcupines, pallas cats, kinkajou and more!

Polar Shores is another popular place to stop. Play ball with our polar bear Berlin and watch seal training shows. Why not walk up the hill to the Northern Territory to see Trouble, the Alaskan Grizzly bear, and along Kingsbury Creek to see the nearly-extinct Pere David Deer? Continue along the creek to the African lion den and up the hill to the Australian Connection to see the kangaroos,kookaburras, exotic birds and the large salt-water aquarium filled with an interesting selection of barrier-reef fish.

While visiting our zoo, pay close attention to the endangered and threatened animals that we care for. Snow leopards, ring-tailed lemurs, peregrine falcons, white-napped cranes, bald eagles (and more) reside here 

 

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Lake Superior Zoo
7210 Fremont Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 730-4500
lszoo.org


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Lake Superior Zoo
7210 Fremont Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 730-4500
http://lszoo.org