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Granby Zoo
1050, boul. David-Bouchard
Granby
QC
J2G5P3
Tel: 450 372-9113

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Observe 1,000 animals representing close to 200 exotic species: elephants, giraffes, gorillas, tigers and more. Enjoy numerous exciting rides, like the rollercoaster and the "pirogue" boat. Follow the tracks of the storm god Hurakan at the Amazoo Yoplait water park!
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    Wow! Super clean, and one of the largest zoo's I've ever seen. The animal selection is diverse, and there are lots of fun activities for children to do too. The gift shops have cute items to buy, and the water park looked amazing. We are definitely going back.

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    Very friendly and helpful staff. It is very clean as others here have described it. The animal variety and the beauty of the settings for different animals is very nice.

    My only big problem is: Lack of proper signs! There are very few signs indicating properly, where the major regions are located! I am walking right past a region like the Asian door and there is not a single sign pointing to it! There are many intersections in this complex zoo which has many restaurants, snack bars, stores, and a water park. Each major intersection should have...Read More

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    Cleanest place I've seen in a while! I saw so many staff go around with a broom that it got me impressed. You may be paying a bit more at the entrance, but you will see the benefits quite quickly.
    There is a ton of student employees, running around doing various jobs from cleaning to doorman. The place seems eco-friendly, as you can see solar panels on a few buildings.

    The diversity of activities (and animals) for kids is awesome, and I highly recommend you start with the aerial train tour to see the park. We didn't get time to go to the water...Read More

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    Loved the place, clean and very organized. Not very expensive too!! All the toilets were clean and you will find trash boxes everywhere. Only disappointment was - the travel from Vermont took 1 hr 40 min and it took 1.25 hr to cover last 1 mile to the Zoo. BUT it was totally worth it. DON'T miss the river tube ride. IT IS FUN!!!!!!!!!!!

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    The zoo and the animals are hidden behind what looks like a lucrative business...Busy place, lots of miles to walk, probably due to all the commercial aspect of it... so one day is not enough! 16$ for a slush and a barb a papa... another 14$ for a little train ride for a family of 4... not suitable for kids under 4 y.o. Positive note: very clean!

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by Can Agbaba

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Very friendly and helpful staff. It is very clean as others here have described it. The animal variety and the beauty of the settings for different animals is very nice.

My only big problem is: Lack of proper signs! There are very few signs indicating properly, where the major regions are located! I am walking right past a region like the Asian door and there is not a single sign pointing to it! There are many intersections in this complex zoo which has many restaurants, snack bars, stores, and a water park. Each major intersection should have a comprehensive series of signs pointing to the major regions and attractions. The free parking area suffers from the same problem. Not even one sign as you leave the "Amazoo" door, pointing to the right, and right again! I walked all the way to the end of the wrong (paid?) parking lot before walking back and only realized where it was after I asked an employee. This is ridiculously negligent communication! Hopefully it will be fixed for next summer.

by Anne-Marie Londei

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Cleanest place I've seen in a while! I saw so many staff go around with a broom that it got me impressed. You may be paying a bit more at the entrance, but you will see the benefits quite quickly.
There is a ton of student employees, running around doing various jobs from cleaning to doorman. The place seems eco-friendly, as you can see solar panels on a few buildings.

The diversity of activities (and animals) for kids is awesome, and I highly recommend you start with the aerial train tour to see the park. We didn't get time to go to the water park, maybe next time. But for the rest im very impressed, great place to go with kids.

Tip Tip: at the entrance they give you a pamphlet with restaurant coupons inside. Most of them give a free lunch to kids. Highly suggest the "Casa Grecque" restaurant in Granby, the food is amazing and the kids eat for free.

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