From the mist-filled Africa Rain Forest
to the majestic new Great Northwest exhibits,
the Oregon Zoo encourages visitors to understand
and experience the natural world.
The zoo's 64 acres are
home to animals from all corners of the world, including
Asian elephants, Peruvian penguins and Arctic polar bears.
The Oregon Zoo
is a center for conservation, research and education, as well as a place of
discovery and fun.
A summer concert series, seasonal events such as the winter ZooLights festival,
and the Zoo Railway help this popular Oregon attraction draw more than one million visitors each year.
Open year-round. Admission charged.
4001 S.W. Canyon Road (in Washington Park)
Packy and his daughter Shine in the elephant exhibit at the Oregon Zoo
Steller Sea Lions on view at the Oregon Zoo's Steller Cove Exhibit