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Jubilee Zoo
6402 Highway 1 (North Market)
Shreveport
LA
71107
Tel: 318 929 7387

Directions

From Shreveport, LA take North Market/Highway 1 North (toward Texarkana). Stay on Highway 1 (left) at Highway 1/71 split. Jubilee Zoo is on Highway 1 approximately 5 miles from the Hwy 1/71 split.

Where are we going today?

Jubilee Zoo is a family entertainment facility featuring a petting zoo and exotic animal exhibits. Pet and feed friendly farm animals as well as kangaroos, yak, deer, a zebra, a camel and more. Bring the kids or spend some special time with your special someone.

A small feed cone is included free with your admission, however you may buy optional extra feed and be very popular while it lasts.

Bounce in the moonwalks, let the little ones ride a pony, tour the 20+ acre zoo in style from our awesome Safari Hay ride.

Some other activities to enjoy while you are here include a play ground, mist-cooled covered areas, and a goat milking demo.

Visit Jubilee Gifts for your must have stuff. Make a "Friend" to take home with you at the Making Friends Toy Stuffing Factory.

The Best Birthday Party Place Around!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$8 ages 4 & up
  • Children2 & 3yrs $6
  • Free Under: 24 months
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Seasonal - Please visit our website

Seasonal - Please visit our website

Teachers corner

Food from the farm is a good lesson plan for youngsters. Chicken and eggs and dairy products are available for demonstrations. Older students may want to explore our world by locating Jubilee Zoo animals from different places on the globe. Serious learners may want to classify animals and evaluate their dietary needs. We will be glad to answer questions. .

I'm Hungry!

Vending snacks, corndogs, small pizzas, fresh popcorn, and canned/bottled drinks. Fresh-Squeezed Lemonade. Coming soon - Jubilee Eatery. Fall 2012 we will offer flame-kissed hamburgers and hotdogs. .

Healthy Eating!

Fruits and finger veggies available as sides when in season. Trail mix and bars. Frozen fruit treats. .

Any Top Tips?

You gotta go on the Safari Hay Ride. Cost a little extra but well worth it. You go on a wild ride out to see the "big guys" with no fences in between. Camel kisses and zebra spotting are just a few of the games you can play with these party animals.

If you plan to make a day of it call ahead and you may be allowed to bring your own bbq and fire up a grill in the park if they all aren't already reserved. .

Doing our bit

step 1 - Animals eat grass.

step 2 - Animals umm ... make compost

step 3 - Humans gather compost

step 4 - compost ages

step 5 - compost spread to feed grass

step 6 - repeat

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Need a little extra help?

Large H/C bathroom, some ground level playground fixtures, and ramps to help with ups and downs. Need more? Let us know what we can do and we will be glad to help. .

Baby Facilities

Baby changing stations in restrooms..

Can I get one of those?

Fully stocked Gift Shop. Too cute kids clothes, toys Toys TOYS, Pet Sheep Ranch Miniature collectables, Gifts, Balloons and Balloon Bouquets, Cards, T-shirts, Made in America stuff, African Art stuff, Educational old-fashion stuff, and if that is not enough stuff visit the Making Friends Factory with toys you can stuff!.

What people are saying?

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    We were visiting from out of town and needed something to do to entertain my young children. We had a great time walking the grounds. The hayride was the best part. The animals come right up next to the trailer so you can pet them. The staff was very friendly and even let my daughter milk a goat. We brought a picnic lunch and had a great day!

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    This is an awesome experience for kids of all ages! Ride a pony, see a few exotic animals, go on a hay ride, feed and pet a bunch farm animals, and when you are all done play in the bounce houses. Thank you for the wonderful experience and for taking in some animals that need some love!

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    This establishment is not only overpriced but the staff is unprofessional and half of them don't seem to know what they are doing. You have to pay for admission and then additional for the pony and hay ride. The animals look miserable, a kangaroo they have on site was actually missing an eye. I highly recommend you save your money.

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    My experience at this "zoo" with my family was terrible. Everything was VERY overpriced and the front office staff was extremely rude. The staff outside of the office consisted of nothing more than unhelpful teenagers who I actually saw sneak behind a building to smoke cigarettes and I'm almost positive I saw them smoking marijuana. As far as the "zoo" (if I could call it a zoo) goes, it consisted of 90% plain old farm animals, and a few exotic animals who we couldn't even get the chance to see unless we payed extra for a hay ride.

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    Great times!!!!!!!! My daughter was able to pet all the animals, play on the bouncy castle, ride a pony, milk a goat, feed a deer by bottle and go on a very interactive hayride. To truly enjoy yourself you must go on the hayride. It is an unforgettable experience and a chance to really interact with the larger animals. Their homemade lemonade is so yummy too!

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