The Sequoia Park Zoo
In order to help stop the spread of COVID-19, the Sequoia Park Zoo will be CLOSED starting March 17 with a reopening date TBD. Our top priority is to ensure that our critical animal care staff remain healthy and able to care for our Zoo animals. Closing the Zoo to the public will help that goal. Stay-tuned for updates and unique social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) to keep you involved in the Zoo right from your home.
ZOO MEMBERSHIP UPDATE:
Whether you’re a longtime member or brand new to the Sequoia Park Zoo family, your MEMBERSHIP means more than just unlimited visits to the zoo.
Your membership fees help fund animal care, animal enrichment, food, medical supplies and various other projects. Without your support, Sequoia Park Zoo would be in an incredibly challenging position.
While we know the closure of our beloved Zoo is temporary, we want to honor your investment of membership by extending the expiration date of all memberships for TWO FULL MONTHS. No change needs to be made to your card. Our Zoo staff at the ticket booth will accept your card two full months after your current expiration without question when we re-open.
Please know that our Sequoia Park Zoo animal care team continue to provide excellent care for the animals while the Zoo is temporarily closed. Thank you for your support!
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Established in 1907, Sequoia Park Zoo is the oldest zoo in California and one of the smallest accredited zoos in the country. Situated next to the magnificent old-growth redwoods of Sequoia Park, the zoo is truly a jewel in the heart of Eureka. It’s a major draw for tourists and locals, schools and families, students and researchers – anyone with an interest in animals, conservation and education.
Sequoia Park Zoo inspires conservation of the natural world by instilling wonder, respect and passion for wildlife.