COVID-19 Guide: Little Rock Zoo Reopening Plan
Little Rock families: our kid-friendly options are expanding. In addition to floating, camping, fishing, hiking and biking, you can add zoo-ing to your list. As with all family-friendly activities, going to the zoo will look a little different for the time being. We’ve got details for a fun + safe return to this family-favorite spot.
Members-only opening: June 22
General public opening: June 29
The Zoo is still all about learning about animals, conservation and having fun, but pandemic guidelines have added a few more things to consider before you head out:
Online reservations are required.
Guests are encouraged to social distance by following the Zoo’s new one-way footpath.
Zoo guests 10 and older are required to wear a mask.
Families can practice great personal hygiene by using the additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the Zoo.
The Zoo will also regularly clean high-touch surfaces and restrooms, plus their for-rent strollers and wheelchairs. Note: Café Africa, the gift shop, indoor animal areas, the carousel and train are closed until further notice.
For those who are not quite ready to return to the Zoo, the Zoo will continue to broadcast its 2 p.m. Virtual Safari Keeper Chats each Monday, Wednesday and Friday via the Little Rock Zoo Facebook page.