(As a result of the state’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order, Micke Grove Zoo is closed until further notice.)
Local animals and rare species from around the world, including many endangered species such as the Cotton Top Tamarin and the Black and White Ruffed lemur, are home to Micke Grove Zoo. The Tropical Forest Canopy with Green Iguanas and Prevost’s Squirrels and the Island Lost In Time with Madagascar’s lemurs and radiated tortoises are displayed.
Please be aware that the animals are most active in the morning and late afternoon when visiting the zoo, especially when temperatures are high. Please note that, due to construction or exhibit upgrades, certain animals might not be on view.
- Wednesday Open – Sunday, 10 a.m. From 4:30 p.m. (last entry, 4 p.m.).
- Prices of Entry
- $5 for adults (14 years of age and up); $3 for children (3-13 years of age) and free for children 2 and under.
- For school students, veterans or other broad groups, there are no discount rates.
Accessibility from ADA
Micke Grove Park follows the requirements of ADA accessibility. Some parts of the zoo may be limited to service dogs, where nesting birds may be endangered. Contact the Zoo Office with questions at (209) 331-2010.
(209) 331-2010 or, respectively, 953-880000 (San Joaquin County Parks Administration Office)
Other Features of Micke Grove Park
- Funtown Amusement Park – Please call (209) 369-7330. for more information.
- Historical Museum of San Joaquin
- Garden of Japan
- Playgrounds (please note: playgrounds are currently non-accessible due to COVID-19).
- Golf course for discs
- Water Play Area, near the Camanche Shelter.