Zoos in Indiana
Black Pine Animal Park: 1426 W. 300 N., Albion, IN 46701
Black Pine Animal Park in Albion, Indiana is a non-profit exotic animal sanctuary, a "last chance" refuge for animals in need. We exist to give rescued and retired exotic animals a safe haven, and to educate people and enhance their knowledge of exotic and endangered species, and responsible pet ownership.
We believe that by allowing you to step into our world, where we care on a daily basis for over 70 big and small cats, bears, primates, birds, reptiles and other former pets and retired performers, we can plant a seed of awareness that can positively impact the conservation and preservation of exotic and endangered species.
Exotic Feline Rescue Center: 2221 E. Ashboro Road, Center Point, IN 47840
With 186 exotic felines calling the EFRC home, we are one of the largest rescue centers in the United States for abused, unwanted and neglected exotic felines.
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo: 3411 Sherman Blvd., Fort Wayne, Indiana 46808
Indianapolis Zoo: 1200 W. Washington St., Indpls, IN 46222
Located in White River State Park downtown. The Indianapolis Zoo is located in White River State Park downtown and is the only attraction accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA) and the American Association of Museums as a zoo, an aquarium and a botanic garden.
Me's Zoo: 12441 West Couty Road 300 South, Parker City, IN 47368
ME's zoo is one of the largest private zoos in the United States, nestled in a small community in Parker City, Indiana. With over 300 animals of all shapes and sizes, the ME's zoo is a fun a friendly place for the entire family. Get a 'real' close-up view of exotic animals including tigers, leopards, bears, monkeys, birds, and more! Children will love our baby animals in our petting zoo.
Mesker Park Zoo in Evansville: 2421 Bement Ave., Evansville, IN 47720
Potawatomi Zoo: 500 S. Greenlawn • South Bend, IN 46615
Washington Park Zoo: 115 Lakeshore Drive Michigan City, IN 46360
The Washington Park Zoo covers 15 acres, on a hilly sand dune, close to Lake Michigan, where only nine acre are used for animal exhibits. The zoo exhibits more than 220 animal of 90 different species found throughout the world.