A. The Zoo offers six areas to hold your event. Based on the size of your group we will recommend the area best suited for you.
A. The rental fee is for the picnic area. The fee for each guest covers Zoo admission.
A. No. This is included with your picnic pass admission.
A. We send you a Planners Guide approximately a month before your picnic. The Planner’s Guide allows you to tell us how many guests you’re expecting. We ask that you fill out and return the Planner’s Guide at least two weeks before your picnic event. Since children age two and under are free, you do not need to include them in your count. Tickets can be picked up at the zoo so that you can distribute to your guests prior to the event. Your guests will present their tickets at the admission gate. We will bill you for the amount of redeemed tickets.
A. Yes. You can order special attraction tickets in advance. You are billed for what is redeemed. Each ticket can be redeemed for only one special attraction.
A. No. A Zoo Pass is for individual family visits and is not valid when you attend the Zoo as part of a corporate function.
A. Yes. You can choose the caterer and contact them directly for pricing information. The Zoo requires caterers to be licensed and insured. Your chosen caterer will be charged a vendor fee to use Zoo grounds.
A. No. The Zoo does not provide banquet tables. If banquet tables are needed, you are required to rent them through the Zoo’s sole source vendor.
A. You are required to purchase your beer, malt beverage, soda and bottled water from the Zoo. Soda is provided for a maximum six-hour time frame. We do not provide bartenders. Bartenders are required when serving beer or malt beverages.
A. The Zoo provides a pre-placed assembled 20x20 tent. If additional tenting is needed, you are required to rent them through the Zoo’s sole source vendor.
A. NO. Balloons are prohibited at the Zoo for animal safety policy.