13010 Niabi Zoo Road, Coal Valley, IL 61240
Niabi Zoo, Savings and Zoo Park Description for 2017
Niabi Zoo, which was first named The McLain's Wild Animal Farm, first opened its doors back in 1959. However, it was later named The McLain Zoo. In 1963, Mrs. Charles Deer Wiman bought the farm as well as extra land. She then sold the land to Rock Island County who still runs the Niabi Zoo. The new name, Niabi, comes from the Native American Osage Nation language and actually means, “young deer spared by the hunter.” The zoo now has many different animal attractions as well as a petting zoo for anyone to enjoy. It also holds different events and programs which includes breakfast with the animals and many calendar events. There are also educational programs such as teachers resources and field trips to the zoo.
Map of Niabi Zoo
Niabi Zoo Coupons and
Season Pass Details for 2017
Niabi Zoo Membership
Become a member of Niabi Zoo and support our conservation, education, and preservation efforts.
Individual Basic Membership - $35.00
Single Parent Family or Grandparent Basic Membership - $55.00
Family or Grandparents Basic Membership - $75.00
Individual Premium Membership - $65.00
Single Parent Family or Grandparent Premium Membership - $85.00
Standard Membership Perks:
- Free admission to Niabi Zoo every day of the regular season, including seasonal events.
- Free or discounted admission to over 50 other zoos
- Free Niabi Zoo supporter window decal
- Invitations to special events and previews including members only events: Egg Hunt, Breakfast with the Animals, and a July Family Night
To learn more about the benefits of being a member, click here.