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Micke Grove Zoo
11793 N Micke Grove Rd
Lodi
CA
95240
Tel: (209) 953-8840

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Micke Grove Zoo is home to native animals and exotic species from all over the world, including several endangered species, such as the Chinese Alligator, the Snow Leopard and the Cotton Top Tamarin.
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    A waste of time. $5 to park, another $5 per adult to get into the zoo which is full of empty cages. There were a few monkeys in one cage, a large cat of some type sleeping too far away to see from the walkway, and a big lizard sleeping on a log. I went there as a kid and it was great, lots of animals, so I wanted to bring my kids and it was a huge letdown. The zoo in Merced is small but 100X better and costs less. I won't be going back to Micke Grove again. And I wasn't the only one, ran into some other people there who were shocked at just...Read More

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    Verey nice place to go is the best park in Stockton.

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    this is a frist time me knowing about this place it sounds like a petting zoo for kids

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    This is the place to go when there is nothing to do. The zoo is very small, but it's better than nothing. The japanese garden is beautiful, and the playgrounds are some if the best for many miles. Skip the amusement park here though. Very small, WAY overpriced, ancient equipment and high school drop outs run the rides. Last I was here the little punks were talking about smoking dope and partying when they got off. Good for you kid, do the world a favour and go crawl in a hole and never come out.

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    This is the place to go when there is nothing to do. The zoo is very small, but it's better than nothing. The japanese garden is beautiful, and the playgrounds are some if the best for many miles. Skip the amusement park here though. Very small, WAY overpriced, ancient equipment and high school drop outs run the rides. Last I was here the little punks were talking about smoking dope and partying when they got off. Good for you kid, do the world a favour and go crawl in a hole and never come out.

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by Dan Wilson

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A waste of time. $5 to park, another $5 per adult to get into the zoo which is full of empty cages. There were a few monkeys in one cage, a large cat of some type sleeping too far away to see from the walkway, and a big lizard sleeping on a log. I went there as a kid and it was great, lots of animals, so I wanted to bring my kids and it was a huge letdown. The zoo in Merced is small but 100X better and costs less. I won't be going back to Micke Grove again. And I wasn't the only one, ran into some other people there who were shocked at just how bad it was. There website is very misleading making you think you will actually see animals. I actually wanted a refund but they refused of course.

The Weather

Saturday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 59° F / 15° C
Humidity: 60 %
Wind: NW - 3 MPH

Sunday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 60° F / 16° C
Humidity: 77 %
Wind: WNW - 3 MPH

Monday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 59° F / 15° C
Humidity: 77 %
Wind: NW - 8 MPH

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