Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is dedicated to animal conservation and ranks as the #3 zoo in the nation. They have done an amazing job creating habitats for their furry residents and, as such, guests can get closer than ever to rare, endangered and native animals.
Unfortunately no. They love animals, but your pets can startle and stress the Zoo animals. Guests with service animals may tour certain areas of the Zoo with their service animals. Please see the Service Animal Map.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is committed to making the zoo accessible to everyone. Read more about the Zoo's accessibility here.
They have standard wheelchairs and one or two-seater wagons for rent at the Stroller Hut just a short ways past the entrance. Daily rates are $15 for standard wheelchairs and $16 for wagons. They also rent motorized scooters for $35 per day. You must be at least 18 years of age with a valid driver's license, complete a training at the time of rental and submit a signed waiver, which you can find here.
Prices are subject to change, visit cmzoo.org/visit/accessibility/ for up to date pricing.
Yes! You are welcome to bring food into the Zoo, they just ask that you follow a couple of simple rules:
- No glass, alcohol, or outside food in the indoor or outdoor seating areas for their restaurants.
- Please don’t feed anything you brought to the animals.
Yes! Admission to the Zoo is for the entire day. Please save your receipt for re-entry.