The largest zoo in Canada, spread on 710 acres in the stunning Rogue Valley, is home to nearly 5000 animals representing 450+ species.
The Calgary Zoo is without a doubt one of the best places in the city to spend an enjoyable day with the family. It is situated on the gorgeous St. George's Island on the Bow River.
Edmonton Valley Zoo
The Edmonton Valley Zoo, one of the top zoos in Canada, is home to more than 350 native and exotic animals from 100 different species, providing entertainment and education for the whole family.
This incredible zoo, one of the best in Canada and a top tourist destination in Quebec, is only an hour's drive from Montreal.
Magnetic Hill Zoo
This cutting-edge, kid-friendly zoo features more than 600 native and exotic animals from Asia, Africa, and the Americas in addition to a Discovery Center.
Greater Vancouver Zoo
This 120-acre animal sanctuary in the Fraser Valley, which is ranked among the top ten zoos in Canada, offers a cosy home to 140 species of rescued, donated, and orphaned animals.
Assiniboine Park Zoo
With more than 200 amazing animal and bird species from all over the world, this is one of the biggest and most impressive zoos in Canada, covering an area of 80 acres.
Riverview Park and Zoo
This hidden treasure in the greater Toronto area is one of the few free zoos in Canada and includes encounters with a variety of exotic animals, a splash pad in the summer, attractive walking trails, and a small train ride.
Cherry Brook Zoo
The zoo, which is located in New Brunswick and is spread out over a lovely 5-acre woods, is home to numerous endangered and exotic species like the snow leopard, Siberian tiger, and Goeldi monkey.
British Columbia Wildlife Park
If you're still unsure of the number of zoos in Canada, allow us to introduce you to this 106-acre wildlife park and zoo, which is included on our list of the greatest zoos in Canada.