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Apple Blossom Village Family Entertainment Center and Petting Zoo
690 Allegheny Rd.
Mt BethelPA 18343
(570) 897-9050

Ages: 0 and up

Apple Blossom Village is a family fun center, petting zoo and farmer's market located in Mount Bethel.  Paintball, batting cages and more are available

Season Passes are available to allow unlimited admission throughout the season.

 

See website for pricing and hours as well as upcoming special events. 

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Claws N Paws Wild Animal Park
1475 Lededale Road
Lake ArielPA 18436
(570) 698-6154

Ages: 0 and up

Enjoy up close encounters with live animals, animal shows, hands on activities for kids and more. A variety of animals are presented to children and available to be seen or touched. Located in the Pocono Mountains on Route 590 East of Hamlin, PA. more»
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Elmwood Park Zoo
1661 Harding Boulevard
NorristownPA 19401
(800) 652-4143

Ages: 0 and up

The Elmwood Zoo is owned and operated by the Norristown Zoological Society, a non-profit organization whose mission is to foster an appreciation for wildlife and the environment that will inspire active participation in conservation. The zoo features over 100 species of animals native to North and South America.  more»
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Lehigh Valley Zoo and Trexler Nature Preserve
5150 Game Preserve Rd
SchnecksvillePA 18078

Ages: 0 and up

A Lehigh Valley Classic! The Lehigh Valley Zoo, Located in Schnecksville on state game lands.  A perfect day trip for the family. They have a variety of animal, a playgroud, snack shop and gift shop.  The Zoo has wide paved paths perfect for strollers and groups to walk on.  The drive into the park is long and windly allowing for beautiful veiws of the valley from up high.  As you exit drive through a shallow creek and drive sl...

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Oley Turnpike Dairy
6213 Oley Turnpike
OleyPA 19547
(610) 689-9366

Ages: 0 and up

The Oley Turnpike Dairy, processes and makes their own ice cream.  The attraction along with its petting zoo and resturant make a short day trip from the Lehigh Valley area, at a distance of about 35 miles southwest of Allentown.

A Zoo was established in 1991, starting with just two baby calves. Over the years we’ve added sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas and other numerous animals leading up to the present day with between 80 to 9... more»
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