Four Points by Sheraton Kalamazoo Michigan
(269) 385-3922 | 3600 E. Cork | Kalamazoo, MI 49001
Binder Park Zoo
Binder Park Zoo ahs 32 rare and exotic animal exhibits plus 19 domestic animal exhibits. Within these exhibits there are about 600 total animals from over 140 different species. They are also known for having one of the largest giraffe herds in the country. Binder Zoo also features many educational programs, a zoo mobile, and you can even have a sleepover in the park. From the Four Points by Sheraton Kalamazoo start out going northeast on E Cork St toward S Sprinkle Rd, take the 1st left onto S Sprinkle Rd, turn left onto Wynn Rd, take the 1st left onto Olmstead Rd, turn right onto I-94-BR W, turn left onto I-94-BR W/ M-96 W/ King Hwy, continue to follow I-94-BR W/ M-96 W, turn left onto E Michigan Ave/ I-94-BR/ M-43, continue to follow I-94-BR/ M-43 W, turn left onto N Rose St, turn left onto W South St, turn left onto Farmers Aly, Binder Park Zoo is on the right.
Binder Park Zoo is located outside of Battle Creek, Michigan, on 433 acres of natural forests and wetlands. In the past 33 years, we have grown to be one of the leading cultural attractions in the region. Binder Park Zoo was created on the model of an entrepreneurial self-supporting nonprofit organization, and is managed by a zoological society board of directors. Binder Park Zoo’s mission is to nurture empathy, understanding, and conservation of nature. Yearly, over 30,000 children and adults received the benefit of the Zoo’s formal and informal education programs as well as numerous special initiatives. The Zoo is an active participant in sixteen AZA Species Survival Programs and manages several other rare and endangered species for conservation.
Address: 7400 Division Drive, Battle Creek, MI
Phone Number: (269) 979-1351
Hours of operation: Contact us