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Pine Grove Zoo, Little Falls

(20+ reviews on the web)
Zoo / Aquarium
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This was a fun little find in Little Falls! We went during the Fall Festival and they gave the animals a pumpkin filled with food goodies. It was adorable to see the animals trying to tear them apart!...  more »
  • When I first learned Little Falls had a zoo I was surprised, then I was even more surprised to learn that it was the 2nds oldest (after Como) and all the work that has been done to improve it over the...  more »
  • This is a small zoo in Little Falls. The entry fee was $7 per person which seemed a little overpriced. The animals weren't very active while we were there and seemed uninterested in their lives. From ...  more »
Google
  • It's a clean park and very knowledgeable staff or at least the one gal we interacted with on her lunch break. Really for the price not much to complain about but a review I saw states that you'll spend at least two hours there (only if you walk around it 3 or 4 times).
  • A great zoo. (Huge improvement from years past) Animals are well displayed. Kids and adults alike enjoy this zoo.
  • Smaller than zoos in the twin cities, but great exhibit design and enough to spend a day seeing
  • I was surprised to discover such a beautiful zoo not only a nice variety of animals but so well taken care of and such large areas to roam and workers and staff that seem to really love what they do.
  • It's simple and quaint. There's not a lot to see but not a lot of people either. It's cozy and you can get closer to the exhibits than anywhere else.