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We have an awesome zoo, also if you are planning ahead look up the zoo concerts, it is a fun unique experience.
is set in beautiful, rolling hills above Portland with loads of fun for the whole family. The Max train goes right there!
Our zoo has five major exhibit areas: Great Northwest, Fragile Forests, Asia, Pacific Shores and Africa and 232 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.
Really cool little zoo. It is super fun to see the animals swim under the glass. Well kept and easy to get through.
set in beautiful, rolling hills above Portland with loads of fun for the whole family. The Max train goes right there!
Portland has a great zoo. The MAX line takes you there or take a bike on a nice 6-mile ride
Wonderful, walkable zoo with so many interactive activities. Perfect afternoon with kids.
This beautiful 64 acre zoo is one of the top attractions in the Pacific NW. An 18 mile drive from Felida Flat & accessible by MAX train.
Wonderful zoo always improving to show animals in their natural habitat. Kids will love this. Also lots of open air concerts in the summer.
Sweet little spot, especially for families. They have fantastic concerts in the summer!
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