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Zoomars Petting Zoo San Juan Capistrano

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Zoomars Petting Zoo
31791 Los Rios St
San Juan Capistrano
CA
92675
Tel: 949 831 6550

Where are we going today?

Zoomars Petting Zoo offers a wide range of creatures to visit from the standard farmyard fare through to emus, llamas and tortoises.

Pony and miniature train rides are also available, as is the treasure panning at Miner's Gulch and the adventure playground.

Tey also offer fun and educational summer camps for 4 to 10s, with loads of additional games and activities thrown in.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$8
  • Children$7
  • Free Under: 1 year.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

9am to 5pm daily.

Any Top Tips?

Pony rides $5, Train rides $3, animal feed $3..

What people are saying?

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    Love this place. We go often and have never experienced an illness afterward. I take my girls, their playmates and cousins. None of us has gotten sick.
    The animals are lively and thriving. The goat pen is cleaned VERY often...
    My only suggestion: take disposable diapers to put in your lap if youre gonna have guinea pigs sit there :)
    I learned that he hard way.
    This is a wonderful place to teach little ones love and respect for little furry things. Its very inexpensive and there is a lovely park next door. Its also caddy corner from the mission...Read More

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    We have taken our family to Zoomars a couple times. We had a great day with our kids, feeding the animals, riding the train, playing on the fort and in the old town. Every time we get home later that night our kids have a fever and are sick. It is NOT an allergy like the "animal manager" at Zoomars claims. There is NO rash, NO allergy symptoms, my kids are sick as in VIRAL sick. Their fevers get to 103.8 and 104, this lasts for a few days after spending the day at Zoomars. I would go with MAJOR caution. We wash our hands and use sanitizer...Read More

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    The men and women that work at this adorable little mini zoo seem to be very passionate for children and for their work with animals. I am not one to frequent zoos, but my granddaughters seem to adore these establishments. I am a very proud and active grandma. One of the men that operates the train coaxed me to get on the train even though I was scared. The train seemed more appropriate for children, not for grandmothers (even though I take pride in being a young and "hip" grandmother). Well, I was not disappointed. The joy I experienced riding...Read More

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    Fun but okay grounds!

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    Went to Zoomars because of a groupon, and was even better than I expected! My 2yr old twins had a blast petting and feeding the animals, rode horses, panned for gemstones, and played in the corn box (which is genious, think sandbox but with corn). Great time!

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by nuno binus

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Love this place. We go often and have never experienced an illness afterward. I take my girls, their playmates and cousins. None of us has gotten sick.
The animals are lively and thriving. The goat pen is cleaned VERY often...
My only suggestion: take disposable diapers to put in your lap if youre gonna have guinea pigs sit there :)
I learned that he hard way.
This is a wonderful place to teach little ones love and respect for little furry things. Its very inexpensive and there is a lovely park next door. Its also caddy corner from the mission and a couple places to eat within walking diatance. The Metrolink drops you right at the front "door"!!

by Megan A

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We have taken our family to Zoomars a couple times. We had a great day with our kids, feeding the animals, riding the train, playing on the fort and in the old town. Every time we get home later that night our kids have a fever and are sick. It is NOT an allergy like the "animal manager" at Zoomars claims. There is NO rash, NO allergy symptoms, my kids are sick as in VIRAL sick. Their fevers get to 103.8 and 104, this lasts for a few days after spending the day at Zoomars. I would go with MAJOR caution. We wash our hands and use sanitizer while there and after we have left, obviously it doesn't work. I think that Zoomars needs to be doing something different. The "animal manager" told me "we haven't had any calls about sick kids recently" then changed it to "we haven't had any calls at all about sick kids." That told me a lot. She says that animal control does their licensing was just there inspecting, but as we all know people do things differently to pass inspection.

by Linda Cooper

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The men and women that work at this adorable little mini zoo seem to be very passionate for children and for their work with animals. I am not one to frequent zoos, but my granddaughters seem to adore these establishments. I am a very proud and active grandma. One of the men that operates the train coaxed me to get on the train even though I was scared. The train seemed more appropriate for children, not for grandmothers (even though I take pride in being a young and "hip" grandmother). Well, I was not disappointed. The joy I experienced riding the train with my precious granddaughters was well worth the cramped ride. So I will go with them to Zoomars and do what they like to do. Ladies, the tea house down the road is a wonderful place to rest up after Zoomars. It is a little cleaner than the zoo, too!

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