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    City: Paramus
    216 Forest Ave. Paramus, NJ 07652
    An 18-acre facility that features wildlife from North, Central and South America, Great Plains exhibit, amphitheater shows, 1860s farmyard and walk-through aviary. Open daily year-round.
    Cape May County Park & Zoo
    City: Cape May Court House
    707 Rt. 9 N. Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
    Our zoo is a major attraction to the thousands of visitors of the shore and residents alike. Families who visit our zoo are always impressed with more than 85 acres of lush country gardens,...
    City: Bridgeton
    1 Mayor Aitken Dr. Bridgeton, NJ 08302
    The Cohanzick Zoo, New Jersey's first zoo, has been providing education and enjoyment to the community of Bridgeton since 1934. Located in Bridgeton's 1,100-acre city park, the zoo has more than...
    Popcorn Park Refuge
    City: Forked River
    1 Humane Way & Lacey Rd. Forked River, NJ 08731
    See tigers, lioness, bears, monkeys, deer, reptiles, bobcat. horses, goats and many, many more. Popcorn Park is unique in that it is solely a refuge for rescued exotics, wildlife, farm animals and...
    City: Beemerville
    218 Rt. 519 Beemerville, NJ 07461
    Unlike big city zoos, you can visit our animals up close. Who knows, maybe you'll even be joined by a friendly goose, llama or chicken during your walk around a few of our 100 acres. With more than...
    Turtle Back Zoo
    City: West Orange
    560 Northfield Ave. West Orange, NJ 07052
    Turtle Back Zoo features 20 acres of family fun, and more than 150 species from around the world are featured in naturalistic habitats. Kangaroos, penguins, wolves, monkeys and giant lizards are...