Holiday Zoolights: Stone Zoo
This winter wonderland attracts thousands of visitors each year who get into the holiday spirit by strolling along tree-lined paths lit by thousands of twinkling lights.
Upon entering Stone Zoo, guests will visit Yukon Creek, which not only features dazzling holiday lights, but is also home to bald eagles, North American porcupines, Canada lynx (including three kittens born earlier this year), reindeer and arctic foxes.
Guests of all ages will have the opportunity to meet Stone Zoo’s reindeer up close during the nightly photo opportunities.* Children will want to make sure they visit with Santa, who awaits their arrival in Santa’s Castle.
Jolly Old St. Nick will be available for photos through Dec. 23.
After visiting with Santa, enter a magical holiday world filled with fairy tale characters and dancing plush animals.
* Please note: The reindeer photo opportunities are subject to change at any time due to the animals’ needs and the weather.
Learn more about the Stone Zoo
5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
**CLOSED ON DECEMBER 25**
Adult: $14.95 Senior (62+): $12.95 Child (ages 2-12): $10.95 Children under 2: Free Members: Free
Fantastic experienceWhat a great experience to walk around the zoo covered in Christmas lights, meet the reindeer and visit Santa's Castle. Our family visited on Christmas Eve and absolutely loved it - it totally put us in the mood for Christmas! Thanks so much Stone Zoo, and keep up the good work!
Nice to visit the Zoo in the winter; recommeded family fun.We took our 2.5 year old and 5 year old and they loved it from the minute we pulled up and saw the illumination of all the lights. Get there early and dress warm (we bundled in snow/ski pants, jackets, hats and gloves) and were comfortable for over 1.5 hours walking around outside in 36 degrees. We rode the carousel and had a photo with a reindeer. The kids didn't want to leave. It is reasonably priced to get in but everything is extra. $2 each for the rides,$5 suggested donation for the photos with the reindeer and $12 for a photo with Santa, plus drinks and fried dough and cotton candy. Also, be prepared to wait in lines-to park, get in, to see the animals, to see Santa, to get on the rides and to get out. With all that being said, it is a great annual family event for all ages.
HOLIDAY TREE?WHAT is a 'holiday' tree? a CHRISTMAS tree, maybe?? weird..
ZoolightsMy 1 and 2 year old sons enjoyed it, we lucked out on Friday's warm weather. the displays were nice but there were some that looked scary to me and my dh, such as the big bear that turns his head and blinks his eyes open and shut.... some other dolls were scary looking too.
Stone ZooMy 3 and 4 year old enjoyed the walk around. It was great that it was just a short walk as it was a very cold night but got the kids into the christmas spirit. Appreciated that it was not too pricey as so many events are. Will definately go back next year
Absolutely WonderfulAbsolutely Wonderful. My children ages 3 & 6 loved the lights. A very nice way to get into the holiday spirit. Also, it doesn't take long to walk through, so a good way to spend an hour or so.
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