ATASCADERO — There is going to be Halloween fun for all ages at the Charles Paddock Zoo in Atascadero. The Zoo is preparing for another spooktackular evening on Saturday, Oct. 27. The gates will open at 5 p.m. and the festivities will continue until 8:30 p.m. Be sure to get your best kid-friendly Halloween costume ready and then bring the entire family out to a not-too-scary evening at Zoo Boo. You can expect to find spooky decorations throughout the Zoo, along with carnival games, Halloween activities, a Haunted House, plus tricks and treats to enjoy.
The Charles Paddock Zoo recently announced the addition of two species of birds and a South American mammal to the wide variety of animals found at the Zoo. The new animals include the Southern Tamandua, the Greater Curassow and the Red Fronted Macaw. All of these animals are quite unique, which makes their addition to the Zoo even more special.
Over 200 animals call the Charles Paddock Zoo home, including red pandas, monkeys, meerkats, parrots, a Malayan tiger, a variety of reptiles and more. Come celebrate an entertaining and memorable Halloween evening at Zoo Boo. Tickets are $10 per person for regular admission; $9 per person for Zoo members; Ages 2 years old and younger are free. Tickets are available at the Zoo.
Please bring a reusable trick or treat bag. For more information about the Charles Paddock Zoo, visit www.charlespaddockzoo.org or call 805-461-5080.