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About Sequoia Park Zoo in Eureka, California

In operation since 1907, The Sequoia Park Zoo has long been considered one of the most important cultural facilities in the region. The Zoo is committed to providing a high quality facility that offers not only the care of a variety of animals, but also an opportunity for visitors to experience a greater appreciation of the value and diversity of our planet’s life forms.

The Zoo serves as a valuable resource for more than ten counties located in the Shasta Cascade and North Coast Regions of California. Although the Zoo is small in relation to most facilities of this nature, it is the only municipal zoological gardens on the Pacific Coast between San Francisco and Portland, Oregon. As such, it serves a wide and diverse population. Sequoia Park Zoo provides a facility that would otherwise not be available to more than a half million people. The Zoo’s goals include conservation, education and recreation.

If you are visiting Eureka, Arcata or any other city in the Humboldt Bay area it would be worth stopping in a the Sequoia Park Zoo. It’s great for families and anyone who loves animals.

3414 W St
Eureka, CA 95503
(707) 441-4263
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