• Nature Trail*
  • Picnic Area*
  • Giant Croc Slide*
  • Bone Yard*
  • Croc-Walk
  • ​Mini-Golf

The Indian River Reptile Zoo 






2019 HOURS

January - March 8th: CLOSED

March 9th-19th: 10am-5pm Daily

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May 1st - September 17th: Open Daily 10am-5pm

(including holidays)


ZOO ADMISSION

Admission Rates:
Adult (19-59): $20.00 +tax
Senior (60+) and Youth (13-18): $17.00 +tax
Child (4-12): $15.00 +tax
Under 3: Free


  • Live Educational Lectures*
  • Gift Shop
  • See Stonehenge
  • Step in a T-Rex Footprint*
  • See Dinosaurs & Skeletons*

* Please note some activities and events are weather & circumstance permitting.

Please call  ahead to confirm.

705-639-1443

THINGS TO DO


SPECIAL EVENTS


CROCS AFTER DARK

Experience the Zoo like never before!

Join us from 9pm-11pm on select dates for a nocturnal tour!

View the animals at some of their most active times!

Experience a croc feeding!

Flashlights are provided.

Please contact us to make a reservation!

705-639-1443


2019 Event Dates & Rates:

July 13th 

July 21st 

August 3rd

​August 18th 

$25.00 +tax per person

​$20.00 +tax group rate (6+ people)







COME & VISIT Canada’s Premier Reptile Zoo! eXPLORE THE WORLD OF REPTILES! FEATURING BOAS, PYTHONS, RATTLESNAKES, VIPERS, COBRAS, TURTLES, TORTOISES, LIZARDS, cROCODILES, DINOSAURS, & MUCH MORE!

Mini-Golf : OPEN NOW 

Come try our new Standing Stones 18 hole mini-golf course! Reopen May 2019


Prices are as follows:
Adult (19-59): $12.00 +tax
Senior (60+): $10.00 +tax
Youth (13-18): $7.00 +tax
Child (4-12): $5.00 day +tax
$5 for an additional round 
$5 off with zoo admission .

Indian River Reptile Zoo is a non-profit charity. Please help support us in caring for unwanted and abandoned reptiles!

Canada Helps

Croc-Walk:

  • ​​Walk along a bridge hovering over six ponds that are home to caiman, crocodiles, and alligator!


Nature Walk and Hiking Trail: 

  • Located on 44 acres of unique landscape, the zoo features a trail that cuts through picturesque scenery where visitors can view native wildlife, ponds, and the famous Norwood Esker gravel ridge.


Boneyard: 

Families can feel the thrill of being a paleontologist by digging for real dinosaur bones in the zoo's boneyard.

Dinosaur Exhibit: 

This exhibit showcases a collection of dinosaur skulls and two large full skeletons that show guests just how gargantuan these creatures were, and life-size animatronic dinosaurs move and roar for an immersive experience.

Live Animal Demonstrations:

During these daily educational programs, specialized zookeepers dispel myths about reptiles and let participants view them up close.

Crocodile Slide!
 This crocodile-shaped slide goes up
9.14 meters (30 feet),

giving kids a thrilling ride as they rocket down.


  Please Note: 

  1. >Socks must be worn
  2. >Must be 3ft or taller
  3. >Other rules do apply


 

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