Roosevelt Park Zoo was established in Minot, North Dakota, in 1920. Spanning 19 acres, it is home to various species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. The zoo emphasizes education and conservation, providing a vital connection between the community and wildlife. Through engaging exhibits and hands-on experiences, Roosevelt Park Zoo continues to be a favored destination for families and animal enthusiasts in the region.

Visitors to Roosevelt Park Zoo can explore a range of exhibits featuring animals from different parts of the world. The zoo offers various interactive experiences, including animal feedings, behind-the-scenes tours, and seasonal events. Programs tailored to children and schools emphasize education and foster a sense of appreciation for wildlife. With walking paths and play areas, the zoo aims to provide guests of all ages with a pleasant and educational experience.

Roosevelt Park Zoo is committed to conservation and sustainability. Participation in Species Survival Plans (SSPs) and collaboration with other zoos and conservation organizations enables the zoo to contribute to protecting endangered species. Education and awareness programs at the zoo promote understanding of environmental issues and encourage responsible stewardship. The zoo's initiatives focus on local and global conservation efforts, reflecting a broader commitment to the natural world.

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    19 acres
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  • Key Exhibits:
    Big Cats Exhibit || African Savannah || Aviary || Pheasants and Waterfowl || Discovery Barn || North American River Otter Exhibit || Reptile House || Prairie Dog Town || Bighorn Sheep Exhibit || Goat Contact Area
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    (701) 857-4166
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