New Zoo

4378 Reforestation Road
920-434-7841

Our Mission:

Your New Zoo is an always new natural adventure that promotes recreation, education, and conservation through encounters with live animals.

Recreation: Provide entertaining and rewarding family recreation.

Education: Provide well-planned exhibits with an interpretive program which encourages a greater appreciation of the living world.

Conservation: Provide for the propagation of selected endangered species to help ensure their survival.


Reviews

Megan Burton

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Monday, Jan. 22, 2018

Awesome zoo. They are expanding and have a ton of different events for the public. I volunteer here from time to time and have a blast. You can also feed goats and giraffes here and the little ones always have fun. We can spend around 2 hours just walking around the whole zoo.

Shawn Lilianstrom

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Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017

This is a quaint little zoo. Certainly nothing like the zoo I'm accustomed to (Brookfield in Chicago). But the animals on display are all wonderful and seem to ham it up for you. The two otters were following me and my girlfriend around their display posing for pictures. And the albino alligator is worth seeing. Too bad it was too cold for the macaws to be out on display. And be warned, the peacocks are allowed to wander where they want.

Keenen Fryman

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Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

Love this zoo. So great for how small it is. Take advantage of it!

Shaun Yonts

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Friday, Aug. 25, 2017

NEW Zoo is consistently improving and becoming more and more worth visiting. Be sure to go during giraffe feeding times for a great experience, also try to go on a cooler day or early in the day (close to 9 if possible) to see the animals moving around. Once it gets warm the animals generally get less active. The ropes course and zip line are great as well and if you're up for it, gice it a try. The whole package takes about 1 and a half hours if you're able to move through the ropes at a fair pace.

James Eckerle

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Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017

This is a friendly little zoo. It is a resource for the Green Bay area. It's a great place for families to visit.