Leesburg Animal Park

★★★★☆
A menagerie of exotic and domestic animals you can pet and feed: giant tortoises, ring-tailed lemurs, macaws and llamas, as well as donkeys, sheep, cows and goats.
  • 19270 James Monroe Hwy

    Leesburg, VA 20175

    Map & Directions
  • 703-433-0002

About Leesburg Animal Park

Hours
Daily 9 am to 6 pm, through Nov. 4

Sports & Recreation

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Be sure to check out Pumpkinville in October!

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Be sure to check out Pumpkinville in October!

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This place is lots of fun to take your kids! You can feed, pet and interact with many types of animals. They have discount days during the week and coupons available on your website which make it an affordable way to enjoy the outdoors and have fun with the family.

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This place is lots of fun to take your kids! You can feed, pet and interact with many types of animals. They have discount days during the week and coupons available on your website which make it an affordable way to enjoy the outdoors and have fun with the family.

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This place is awesome! We went during the fall festival, Pumpkinville, which has moon bounces, hill slides, hay mazes, etc. in addition to the animals. You can go in the "contact area" where you can get up close and personal with many barnyard animals. This place is a lot of fun for the whole family.

I see others have complained about the price, which I don't understand considering you pay $10 for a movie ticket in NoVa! It is expensive to live and do business in this area, so I don't mind paying the price for a great day with the kids.

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★★★★★

This place is awesome! We went during the fall festival, Pumpkinville, which has moon bounces, hill slides, hay mazes, etc. in addition to the animals. You can go in the "contact area" where you can get up close and personal with many barnyard animals. This place is a lot of fun for the whole family.

I see others have complained about the price, which I don't understand considering you pay $10 for a movie ticket in NoVa! It is expensive to live and do business in this area, so I don't mind paying the price for a great day with the kids.

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I won't go back there. It was overpriced and despite signs that children under age 16 had to be accompanied by a parent, there were many younger kids running around out of control without parents. There is absolutely NO ADULT SUPERVISION. This place is a catastrophe waiting to happen.

The pony ride costs $3 and the kids got one turn around a 12 foot circle. Disgraceful! Definitely all about the money. It's a good thing little kids don't understand the value of money or they would definitely feel exploited.

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I won't go back there. It was overpriced and despite signs that children under age 16 had to be accompanied by a parent, there were many younger kids running around out of control without parents. There is absolutely NO ADULT SUPERVISION. This place is a catastrophe waiting to happen.

The pony ride costs $3 and the kids got one turn around a 12 foot circle. Disgraceful! Definitely all about the money. It's a good thing little kids don't understand the value of money or they would definitely feel exploited.

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I am happy that I went here, but do not expect a huge animals park such as the National Zoo. The park offers rides on ponies and turtles for kids. It also offers a "safari ride," although the wagon goes on a somewhat disappointing tour of the park. Still, I had fun feeding the animals. They give you a free cone of food to feed the animals, but it doesn't last long. So you have to buy more food from machines or in cups/buckets. Animals included rabbits, birds, servals, lemurs, monkeys, pygmy goats, etc. Adult admission is $10, and child admission is $8, although the cost is cheaper for groups. Currently, the animal park is open Wednesday through Sunday in warm/sunny weather. Our trip there was fun, but going once is probably enough. 3.5 stars

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★★★★☆

I am happy that I went here, but do not expect a huge animals park such as the National Zoo. The park offers rides on ponies and turtles for kids. It also offers a "safari ride," although the wagon goes on a somewhat disappointing tour of the park. Still, I had fun feeding the animals. They give you a free cone of food to feed the animals, but it doesn't last long. So you have to buy more food from machines or in cups/buckets. Animals included rabbits, birds, servals, lemurs, monkeys, pygmy goats, etc. Adult admission is $10, and child admission is $8, although the cost is cheaper for groups. Currently, the animal park is open Wednesday through Sunday in warm/sunny weather. Our trip there was fun, but going once is probably enough. 3.5 stars

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My family went there for their pumpkinville. We had a good time. There were plenty of aniumals to feed and look at and they had a pony ride and camel ride that my 2 year old enjoyed. There was also a baby tiger which my family loved. The rest of the park was OK, but not worth the drive to go there. There was no restroom besides port a potties which I found odd because this si a place for children and there was no place to change diapers.

PROS: lots of animals, wide open spaces, good price
CONS: no bathrooms!!

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★★★☆☆

My family went there for their pumpkinville. We had a good time. There were plenty of aniumals to feed and look at and they had a pony ride and camel ride that my 2 year old enjoyed. There was also a baby tiger which my family loved. The rest of the park was OK, but not worth the drive to go there. There was no restroom besides port a potties which I found odd because this si a place for children and there was no place to change diapers.

PROS: lots of animals, wide open spaces, good price
CONS: no bathrooms!!

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The Leesburg park is a small zoo that has animals like Giant Tortoises, Lemurs, Deers, Emus, Cats and more. Its good for kids because they allow kids to pet and feed the animals and get up close with them. They also have a lot of activities and events taking place all the time. Kids can even go on Pony and wagon rides.

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The Leesburg park is a small zoo that has animals like Giant Tortoises, Lemurs, Deers, Emus, Cats and more. Its good for kids because they allow kids to pet and feed the animals and get up close with them. They also have a lot of activities and events taking place all the time. Kids can even go on Pony and wagon rides.

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