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The Killman Zoo, Caledonia

(2.4/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
Killman Zoo is located approximately 4km north of Caledonia in Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada. It was opened on April 1, 1988, as a natural progression of the Killman's Wildlife Sanctuary.SummaryThis rural zoo is located 2km east of Highway 6 at 237 Unity Road East. It is a privately owned and operated zoo using 9acre of trails on a property spanning 33acre. There are gift shops and picnic facilities; which allow guests to eat pre-packaged food at the zoo. Tamer animals like dwarf goats and baboons can be petted by people of all ages at the special petting zoo portion of the attraction. People with wheelchairs are able to access the sights with wheelchair-accessible trails.The Killman family that operates the zoo are descended from the Seneca, Onandaga and Mohawk Tribes of the Canadian First Nations. An adult ticket costs nearly $15 plus HST while a child's ticket costs around $8 plus HST. The zoo is an ongoing project and expansion is commonly taking place
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  • Great place if you like big cats! They get twice a day and sometimes if there are "kittens", you can hold and play with them...very cool!  more »
  • This is a small but very nice walk around zoo. Kids can easily walk all around without being carried like bigger zoos  more »
  • We visited the zoo on a Saturday in mid-October. Although we had a bit of trouble locating the zoo (lack of signage along the route from Binbrook area), we soon enough located the parking lot (which i...  more »