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Hillcrest Park Zoo, Clovis

(3.6/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • Sweet little zoo with fabulous animals! They're in chain link fences, but with tons of room and other animals near by to entertain them. People can get really close and animals are very interactive. T...  more »
  • Wonderful zoo for the size of the town. Fun-filled outdoor activity for children and adults alike. There's lots to see and the grandkids love to feed the ducks. The price is extremely family friendly. 
  • They are very proud of being the second largest zoo in New Mexico (behind Albuquerque). Size-wise, there's no comparison. But it's a fun place, well done, and something they do have the right to be pr...  more »
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  • Most of the animals are here due to being rehabilitated or they've been injured else where and there's no where else for them to go. I'd love for the zoo to post signs on the backgrounds of the animals, for people to understand their stories. I think it's wonderful how well the staff takes care of and loves these animals. The volunteers that work there do an amazing job. It's unfortunate to see so many parents let their children scream and run around rather than educate them on the animals. It's not an amusement park, it's a zoo in a small town doing a great job of taking care their animals.
  • Actually an incredible little zoo, very "personal." All the animals are rescues of one sorry or another too and can't be released back into the wild - which somewhat changes the narrative of the zoo. And all this for a very reasonable price. Consider getting an annual family pass and use the zoo as a regular park
  • Love the zoo and love the people that ate there to help all the amazing animals ive been to the zoo and would love to help them put and help all the animals oit to. I will yet everyone no about Clovis zoo. make sure if you go to Clovis NM STOP BY THE HILLCRESY ZOO its beautiful place to go with yall family and friends. Have a good day out at the zoo ☺🐶🐺🐭🐹🐰🐸🐗🐮🐷🐻🐨🐯🐒🐴🐑🐘🐼🐧🐦🐣🐔🐍🐢🐛🐝🐜🐞🐌🐙🐠🐟🐬🐳🐋🐄🐏🐐🐎🐉🐇🐅🐃🐀🐓🐕🐖🐁🐂🐲🐡🏇🐊🐫🐪🐆🐈🐩🌲🍁🌴🌵🍀🌸🌞🎈🍡🍟🍔🍕🍧🍨🍦🎂🍭🍬🍉🎠🚻👪good zoo love it
  • Animals treated super poorly here, no budget it seems. Don't go if you are a true animal lover. By that i mean that you say you love animals but gorge youself with them everyday, hypocrite.
  • If you like depressed animals, this is the place for you! The Bengal Tiger looked starving, the water at the lake is green, they only have one Hyena while they are supposed to be in a pack, and the giraffes are just sad.