We make every effort in always providing our guests with the best and safest expeience possible.

Experience! Reliability! Expertise!


As of March 18th 2020, the Hesperia Zoo will be closed until further notice to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

 Based upon this morning’s directive from Mayor Eric Garcetti to limit visitors to 10 at public facilities, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in our mind, the Hesperia Zoo will close to the public, effective Wenesday, March 18 until further notice.

Zoo employees will continue to report to work as normal, in order to care for our animals and facility. At this time, we do not have any indication that this virus is of immediate concern to any of our zoo animals. Our animal health experts on staff are in communication with public health officials, along with local and national veterinary networks, to stay up-to-date on animals in human care and any potential risks.


What you can do to slow the spread of novel coronavirus:

Stay home if sick.
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. If you do not have a tissue, use your sleeve (not your hands).
Use facemasks ONLY if you are sick or have been instructed to do so by your health care provider.
Get a flu shot to prevent influenza if you have not done so this season.

Working together to achieve our aims

Our zoo offers a wide range of opportunities for young and old. Interested? Join us for volunteer orientation the 3rd Snuday of the month at 9am. Get to know some of our projects, and find out what opportunities there are for you - To confirm your attendance please email us.

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Call our information line for up dates. Or use our contact form if you have any questions, requests or suggestions.

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No voice messages answered. Please email if need further information or questions.

(760) 948-9430

Love Gone Wild!

Birds do it. Bees do it. Animals and love, does it really exist? Does it last? 


This Valentine’s Day event will offer a candid and entertaining look at how zoo animals do the “wild thing." The evening will include an intimate and revealing look into the “dating” and mating escapades of the zoo’s animals. Get up close with mingling animal encounters, tour. wine, and hors d'oeuvres. On this exciting learning adventure of various animal love lives, you will hear the good, the strange, and the truth about all things love with our animal friends. Grab your mate, friends or even make it a girls night out and come on down to the Hesperia Zoo for our Love Gone Wild event!



Saturday February 15th,2020

5:30pm - 8:00pm


$35.00 single admission

$62.00 double admission


Who can come?

Ages 18+ ONLY please!


Please Note!

Reservations are required.

Additional Questions Please Email: 



             BOO AT THE ZOO!

Scare Free Zone!

Boo at the Zoo is a neighborhood of safe Halloween entertainment, with spooky delight around every corner, including animals on exhibit each evening. There is a Creepy Crawly Critter Animal Show after the flashlight tour, and each child receives complimentary treats, so bring a trick or treat bag! Kids and adults are encouraged to wear fun

(not too scary) costumes. 

Don't forget your flashlights!





Friday October 16th

Saturday October 17th 

Friday October 23th

Saturday October 24th

Friday October 30th

Saturday October 31st

Gates open at 6:15PM

7:00PM - 9:00PM


How much?

Adults (12+) $17.00

Children (11 & under) $12.00

2 years and under free

Reservations required



Feeding Frenzy!


4:00 PM                              

Saturday and Sundays 


What am I feeding?

Enjoy feeding the tiger,  lemurs, spider monkey, exotic hoofstock and more!


How much to Feed? Includes Guided Tour:

$20.00 per person 

$30.00 per person for feeding tour and a T-shirt


Guided Tour only without feeding:

Adults $7

Children 3 up $5

Seniors 63 up $5




To book a general tour or a feeding frenzy tour please clicker below.




Zoo Camp


Children will get to experience exciting animal encounters! Each day brings new discoveries as kids have the times of their lives going wild over the zoo's amazing animals from six continents. Through fun, safe, engaging activities, campers will soar through the week and will perform a live animal show for friends and family. This is one adventure your child will never forget!


July 6th-July10th 2020 9AM-3PM

**********Deadline for registration June 26th 2019********


How much?

$125.00 per child (ages 6-10yrs)


Please Note!

Spaces fill up fast! Please email:

outreach_hesperiazoo@yahoo.com for the registration form

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