The Indian Creek Zoo is a great place for all ages. Conveniently located at 2744 Consear Road, in Lambertville Michigan (between Secor & Douglas) just 3 miles north of Toledo, Ohio. We are 4.2 miles East of Route 23 (Exit 3). Click on “Contact Us” for a map & directions.
A day at Indian Creek Zoo is perfect for preschool outings, field trips, birthdays, parties corporate events and more! Contact us today to schedule your next event.
We are a unique place that offers camel rides and up-close viewing of exotic animals such as Zebras, Camels, Emus, Wallabies, Donkeys, Coatimundi, Alligators and Peacocks and many more! Our animals are available for events, festivals and nativity scenes.
Get up-close and personal with Puzzles the Giraffe and his friend Jigsaw the Alpaca. Feed and pet Puzzles during your encounter. It’s an experience you won’t forget! $25 per person Zoo admission is required and not included in encounter Giraffe … Continue reading →
We are now open for the season! Come out and visit all our furry, feathered and scaly friends! And don’t forget to check out our newly renovated gift shop! … Continue reading →
Explore the wonderful world of animals through five-days of summer camp adventures that include animal encounters, behind-the-scenes visits, games, crafts, animal care & feedings and much more! For kids ages 7-16. Cost is $135, ($125 for zoo members). Please bring a … Continue reading →
Looking for something new and exciting to do….why not book a Sloth Encounter/Experience at Indian Creek Zoo. $20.00 per person (Up to 4 people per encounter); Zoo Admission is Required & not included in encounter; Feed and pet Hokey & … Continue reading →
Stop out and see the newest members of Indian Creek Zoo. Puzzles the Giraffe & his friend Jigsaw. Flash our new baby Sloth (will be on exhibit soon). And our Timber Wolves. … Continue reading →
Bring the family out to Indian Creek Zoo today! There’s fun around every corner! … Continue reading →
Meet the newest member of Indian Creek Zoo, “Hokey” the Sloth. The sloth is the world’s slowest mammal native to Central and South America. All sloths are built for life in the treetops. They spend nearly all of their time … Continue reading →