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    Surprisingly refreshing,Great stop on the road with kids (and it is FREE).we stopped there when going back from Carlsbad towards the north, it is free!!! nice animal variety for small zoo, there is nice park, you can sit and eat, while the kids are playing

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    Beautiful little park and zoo. It’s free so you can’t complain. The animals are very, very friendly and appear to be very well taken care of. Their habitats and pens are very clean and the entire area is very clean and tidy. A complete contrast to Clovis’ Hillcrest Park Zoo.One of the little muntjac deer walked right up to the fence and stuck her little nose out and my wife, being who she is, started petting her and scratching her behind the ear and she just melted. When we went to the antelope and goat pen, the same thing happened. The bounded right up to the fence and stared at us. I had a bag of sunflower seed kernels and the goat and antelope licked them up right out of my hand. Very friendly and socialized.I also enjoyed the information signs along the walkway through the zoo highlighting the different aspects that make up good moral character. The idea of character seems to be lost on society nowadays and it made me happy to see at least something trying to teach kids what ‘character’ is and means.There is also a little train ride that goes around the park and a very large merry-go-round. Tickets are only 25 cents apiece. It was a very fun afternoon with my 2 year old daughter, and for fifty cents total – I mean, come on, man. It’s impossible to find that sort of thing these days.

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    It’s small and free. You can walk through in half an hour and they have some cool animals, but it wasn’t well maintained. Some of the habitats were really small and the animals didn’t look happy.

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    bad no animals small zoo dirty and wastefull time

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    I recently visited Spring River Zoo in Roswell, NM. The animals looked terrible, with ribs showing. They were in small cages, and were all alone in their cages, and looked lonely. I wish Peta would take a look at this Zoo!