ZooMontana is a 70-acre wildlife park located in Billings, Montana.
As Montana’s only zoo and botanical park, we focus on wildlife native to Montana, the Rockies, and other cold temperature regions at or above the 45th Parallel. Indoor habitats include animals from around the world. Canyon Creek runs through the center of the zoo’s grounds, creating a natural and tranquil park-like setting.
- ZooMontana’s Mission:
To create for our visitors an enjoyable, recreational, and educational experience while providing quality care for the animal and plant collections and appropriate propagation programs for species that are needed.
The Botanical Society at ZooMontana is comprised of volunteers dedicated to the gardens and other natural areas of the zoo’s grounds. Guests can explore the Jane Reger Sensory Garden, Children’s Garden, Dotty’s Garden containing plants with low water requirements, and other natural spaces.
Check out the Botanical Society’s independent website HERE!
- The Botanical Society at ZooMontana’s Mission:
To preserve, protect, enhance, and assist in funding the botanical gardens and natural environments of ZooMontana, to provide education in botany, ecology, and conservation, and to provide a beautiful, stimulating environment for the enhancement of the mental and physical health of our community.