Frank Buck Zoo- All You Need to Know (Animals and Map)


The Frank buck Zoo is a small zoo that started in 1930 and is situated in the 30-acre Leonard Park Gainesville, Texas, United States. The zoo began in 1930 as the Gainesville Community Circus. It hosts more than 130 exotic and domestic animals.

Frank buck Zoo is a partner of the American Zoological Association. The Savannah area is almost a sight to behold. One mile loop where guests can walk over savannas and wildlife occupied by savannas. Therefore, this is a great place for spreading your legs and stopping while traveling from North Texas.

What to Do at Frank Buck Zoo:

Activities in the Frank buck zoo include:

  • Visit gift shop and buy unique gifts for your loved ones.
  • Animal adaptation is also available. You can adopt any animal after the complete process.
  • Attend Frank Buck’s special events, including animal training workshops.
  • Feed goat and giraffe during the specified hours.

Frank Buck Zoo Map:

Frank Buck Zoo Map
Frank Buck Zoo Map

What Animals are at Frank Buck Zoo:

  • Ostrich
  • Alpaca
  • African Porcupine
  • Bennett’s Wallaby
  • Domestic Goats
  • Dromedary Camel
  • Black Bear
  • Muntjac
  • Capybara
  • Coyote
  • Grant’s Zebra
  • Mini Zebu
  • Python
  • Red Kangaroo
  • Red Fox
  • Tortoise

Price To enter Frank Buck Zoo:

The entrance fee of the zoo includes:

  • Seniors (55+) = $6.50
  • Adults (13+) = $7.50
  • Children (Ages 1-12) = $5.50
  • Active Military = $6.50

Visitors ID required for credit & debit card purchases. They only accept Visa MasterCard or Cash.  No POs or personal checks are accepted.


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