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Red River Zoo, Fargo

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The Red River Zoo is a zoo in Fargo, North Dakota. The zoo's first 8 acres (3.2 ha) opened in the spring of 1999. It gained accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) in 2006.

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  • Cute little zoo. Certainly not as grand as some of the big city zoos but at $10 a ticket I wasn’t expecting that. It has a good assortment of animals and kept 7 year old entertained for a few... 
    Cute little zoo. Certainly not as grand as some of the big city zoos but at $10 a ticket I wasn’t expecting that. It has a good assortment of animals and kept 7 year old entertained for a few...  more »
  • This zoo is a perfect way to spend the afternoon. My 11 year old loved feeding the alpacas and goats and looking at all the cool animal exhibits. We took a picture in front of the colored pencil... 
    This zoo is a perfect way to spend the afternoon. My 11 year old loved feeding the alpacas and goats and looking at all the cool animal exhibits. We took a picture in front of the colored pencil...  more »
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  • I was gifted a membership for Mothers Day. Even though I live 2.5 hours away, I will drop in whenever I am in town. The changes as spring arrives are incredible. Animal displays are good and must of the animals are always visible. Friendly keepers and staff. You can walk through in an hour or take your time and spend 1.5-2 hours
  • Appreciating this zoo is all about proper expectations. It’s cute. Not big. Staff is very nice. Kid friendly with interactive play areas. My 10 and 7 year old loved the farm animals and attractions but I’m not sure a rural/local family would have the same experience. We did everything in about 90 minutes on a cold April day when nobody else was in the park. $40 for a family of four.

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