Saskatoon Zoo Society

Saskatoon Zoo Society
1903 Forestry Farm Park Drive
Saskatoon, SK
S7S 1G9


(306) 975-3042

About the Zoo:
When you’re visiting Saskatoon for a nice week-long getaway, don’t forget to put Saskatoon Zoo Society on your destination list. A day here is enough to equip your kids with information about animals and their nature. As a proof of the zoo’s passion for informing the people of the bare truth about animals, Saskatoon Zoo Society provides environmental education programs. The society always has something new for the visitors – and it’s been resulting to public awareness about animals.

American Bison (a species at risk)
Black-footed Ferret – “Gidgit” (a species at risk)
Cougar – “Malcolm and Jethro” (a species at risk)
Miniature Horses – “Primo, Vera and Victoria”
Pere David Deer (a species at risk)
Swift Fox (a species at risk)
Ferruginous Hawk (a species at risk)
Short-eared Owl (a species at risk)
Tundra Swan
Royal Python –“Pretzel”
Madagascar Golden Frog
Poison Dart Frogs
Tiger Salamander
White-knee Tarantula

Prices are subject to change without prior notice. GST or Goods and Services Tax is already included on each price mentioned above. Cash and cheque are accepted here; credit and debit Saskatoon Zoo Societycards are not accepted. However, if you’re bringing your ATM card, there’s is an automated teller machine located in the Paws Inn Concession and Gift Shop. Now that you have all the necessary information you need to plan your tour at Saskatoon Zoo Society, the next thing that you have to do is book your tickets as soon as now!

Operation Hours:
May 1 – Labour Day: 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Day after Labour Day to April: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Admission Prices for 2011:

Adult (age 19+): $9.00
Youth (age 6-18): $5.50
Preschool (6 years below): FREE
Family: $18.00