Petting zoo feed can be found in coin machines for our goats.
Corn is available in coin machines for our white fallow deer.
Zoo biscuits for our primates bears and wolves are available for purchase in the gift shop.
The zoo sits on 25 beautiful acres that include a five-acre wooded area, complete with a nature trail. The entire park takes approximately 2 1/2 to 3 hours to walk through, but you’re welcome to pack a picnic lunch and stay all day.
Yes. We have plenty of free parking.
Yes. Our paths are all wide and hard-packed. However, the nature trail is rough terrain and should not be attempted by guests in wheelchairs.
You are welcome to bring your own picnic lunch. Pop, Water, Ice Cream and other snack items are also available at the Gift Shop. For our animal’s safety please remember to pick up all garbage.
Sorry! Pets are not allowed on zoo property. Unfortunately, this includes service animals. Due to health and safety regulations and for the health and safety of our animals and yours, we cannot permit pets or service animals on the premises at any time. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.
Brant-Brantford Twin Valley Zoo would like to thank all of their supporters!
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Thank you to everyone who has shared, contributed and connected with us. Your stories, memories and contributions are amazing and appreciated
Thank you so very much!
With love, admiration and gratefulness,
The Brant-Brantford Twin Valley Zoo Family