Micke Grove Zoo

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Micke Grove Zoo is home to native animals and exotic species from all over the world, including several endangered species like the Cotton Top Tamarin and Black and White Ruffed lemur. Exhibits include the Tropical Forest Canopy and the Island Lost In Time featuring lemurs and radiated tortoises from Madagascar.

When visiting the zoo, please be aware that the animals are most active in the morning and late afternoon, especially when temperatures are warm.

Please note that some animals may not be on exhibit due to construction or inclement weather.


11793 N. Micke Grove Rd., Lodi, CA 95240
(Off Hwy 99, west of Armstrong Rd. exit and follow the signs).

Direction / Maps

Zoo Hours:

Open Wednesday - Sunday, 10 am to 5:00 pm (last entrance at 4:30 pm).

Admission Prices

$5 adults (ages 14 and up); $3 for children (ages 3 - 13) and free for children 2 years and under.

There are no discount rates for school classes, seniors or other large groups.

For Micke Grove Regional Park, click here.

ADA Accessibility

Micke Grove Park meets ADA accessibility standards. Some areas of the Zoo may be restricted for service dogs where they may pose a threat to nesting birds. Contact the Zoo Office at (209) 331-2010 with questions.


(209) 331-2010 or 953-8800 (San Joaquin County Parks Administration Office)

Other Micke Grove Park Features


 A male European roller lives in the Gardner Mediterranean Aviary


Micke Grove Zoo Map   (Click here to download map)