The Mobile Zoo, Inc.

15161 Ward Rd
251-649-1845

The zoo was established for education and continuing the existence of endangered/non-endangered wildlife. 

You can see wildlife from all over the world and learn about them. Tour our main building exhibits, tropical birds, reptiles, exit the building to see two species of Black Bear, Tortoises, Leopards, Tigers, Lions, and Serval Cats. The journey passes an open range of non-flying birds, two species of Deer, and Antelope, Bison, long hair cattle, Giant Horses, Minature Donkeys, Wild Hogs, Alligators, many different primates including Chimpanzee and much more. The zoo is quiet and peaceful out in the country. Most of the time the only sounds heard are the wildlife. No noise or air pollution out here! You can see your favorite animal and learn about it!


Reviews

Connor

Rating:
Thursday, June 30, 2016

Don't compare this zoo to a full size city zoo with a large amount of funding. Yes the cages are smaller than typical, and the facility may not be as nice, but it is still a great zoo. The owner really cares for the animals and he does his best with the amount of revenue he generates. This zoo was formed from a guy who bought rescue animals that were facing death and put them in a locked safe environment for people to view and help feed them and give them suitable conditions. Once you understand that you will appreciate the zoo much more.

Mike Stanley

Rating:
Tuesday, June 7, 2016

We had such a great time. The staff was so great walking through with us and telling us about the different animals and their history. We got to feed the tigers some steak. We fed peanuts to the birds and bears. Beautiful peacocks were walking around everywhere. We had one problem though. While we were walking around, a peacock kept attacking our car and scratched up the side of our car. They warn you with signs, but we didn't think about up front. Park away from the front door area. Nice peaceful and relaxing to walk through.

Megan Lasker

Rating:
Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016

Worst zoo ever. Horrible staff, very rude and disrespectful. Not kid friendly, which is kind of the point of a zoo. And please don't get me started on the cleanliness, yuck. I don't know when the last time they cleaned any of their cages. They are not equipped to care for these poor animals properly. It's just an awful place that promotes animal cruelty.

Chana Waite

Rating:
Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016

Great for family's to see different animals and if you call and ask about feeding to lions and tigers. They will set up a date and tell you what you will need to do so. Also they have some beautiful birds that will talk to you. The price of the visits cheap brought you will want to go all the time.

Jamie Richards

Rating:
Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015

We are from Nashville,IN. This Zoo was exactly what our family of four loved. The Animals seemed very happy the exhibits were clean the man behind the counter was friendly and we even ate at the Wintzells Oyster House the restaurant he suggested it was perfect. Food was spectacular. We took our time and enjoyed the Zoo. I love smaller Zoos like mobile Zoo. If we lived down here I would definitely volunteer my time there. You guys are awesome. Thanks again Mobile Zoo.