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    First visit to the Zoo. We all loved it! You can tell the staff really cares about the animals..great place for the family..We live in North Carolina and will be going back! We loved it so much, we became members.

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    Delightful little zoo that was just perfect for my grand-kids, ages 3-8…they honestly couldn’t have lasted longer than the 2 hours that we were there anyway. They were close enough to see all of the animals very well (at some bigger zoos, we have often not been able to see animals who were naturally camouflaged or too far away). It was clean and well maintained. The kinetic playground at the park across from the zoo was an added plus. Would recommend to families with young kids.

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    I have never been there, however,,,,,,I do watch their Giraffe cam,,,,,,,every day,love to watch mom Autum, dad walter and baby boy Kiko,,,,,,,,,the camera was down today so I made the call,,,,,,,,,the lady was wonderful, she gave me some background,One day I will make the trip from California to meet my favorite pets, they are so well taken care of,,,,,,,,their stalls are cleaning daily, well fed,,,,,,,,,,,,Kiko is such a joy to watch

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    I hate to say it, but this place sucks. Save your time and spend a bit more on gas and go to Columbia, SC Riverbanks Zoo. This zoo in Greenville is insanely small, takes about an hour to see everything, even with paying attention to every exhibit and background information signs. I think the worst part though is the charging for “food” to give to the animals. There are, I think, 5 types of animals you can feed, such as Giraffes, Elephants, Goats, etc. and it costs 3 dollars for a pack of graham crackers (not really but they’re identical). While it’s an awesome concept, the problem is that the animals are so far away that you can’t get close enough to feed them. We walked the whole park and never got a chance to hand off even one cracker. Well, except for the goats, which clearly they don’t care about crackers because it was apparent that their pen was where everyone else was throwing their crackers. The goat pen is littered with crackers. It’s kind of ridiculous. Anyway, it’s pretty “blah” and the feeding thing is ridiculous. Riverbanks in Columbia has exhibits where Giraffes walk right up to you and you can feed them from your hand. It’s awesome. Greenville Zoo? Not so much. Skip this one.

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    I have pictures of my dad and I at the zoo on the curb eating ice cream. They haven’t changed much since I was a kid. A thing they really need to thing of looking into changing is the reptile exhibit. that is about the only thing that has not changed since I was a kid ( I am 23) I take my three kids ages 3.5, 2.5, and almost 1. My boys always have a blast and enjoy looking at the animals, it’s perfect for them. It normally takes us about 2 hours to get through the whole thing. I love the new giraffe that was born this week. He is such a cutie. Greenville Zoo has a lot of unused space they need to put to good work. Its just sitting there.