Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about visiting the Sequoia Park Zoo. If you can’t find the answer to your question, feel free to contact us.
Are reservations required?
No reservations are needed to visit the Sequoia Park Zoo and Redwood Sky Walk.
Are you “fully” open?
Yes, both the Sequoia Park Zoo and Redwood Sky Walk are fully open to the general public from Tuesday – Sunday, from 10am to 5pm, with last admission at 4pm. Please note that hours and availability are subject to change without notice. Visit www.sequoiaparkzoo.net for up-to-date information.
Is there a separate admission fee or entrance for the Redwood Sky Walk?
Access to the Redwood Sky Walk is included with admission to the Sequoia Park Zoo. The entrance to the Redwood Sky Walk is located within the grounds of the Sequoia Park Zoo.
Can I buy tickets in advance or online?
We do not currently offer online or advanced ticketing. Admission may be purchased at the Zoo ticket booth on the day of your visit.
Are you limiting capacity?
No, we are not limiting capacity at this time. We encourage social distancing between groups.
Are masks required?
Masks are required for all unvaccinated visitors indoors and outdoors. Masks are optional for vaccinated visitors. Many animal species are susceptible to COVID-19 and are unable to be vaccinated. We encourage masks for ALL when viewing primates and otters.
Are pets allowed at the Sequoia Park Zoo and on the Redwood Sky Walk?
Pets are not permitted at Sequoia Park Zoo, which includes the Redwood Sky Walk. Sequoia Park Zoo welcomes any well-behaved service dog in the company of its owner onto zoo grounds. We are happy to comply with state and federal laws to allow this access. You may view our complete service animal policy for more information.