Leesburg Animal Park
The Leesburg Animal Park opened in the spring of 2000. The Park has many animal residents that you can meet, pet and feed. Come visit the Giant Tortoises, our Ring-TailedLemurs, and Serval Cats. Enter the Contact Area to roam around with farm animals such as goats, sheep and llamas. You can also jump onto a Wagon Ride, Pony Ride or Live Animal Show! We offer an up-close animal experience that you just won't get at a larger zoo.
Our fall festival, Pumpkinville, is an annual event held at L.A.P. from late September through early November. Activities include giant hill slides, moon bounces, hay maze, hay rides, live entertainment, face painting and so much more!
Before opening the park in Leesburg, Bob and Shirley Johnson owned and operated the Reston Animal Park on Hunter Mill Rd. in Reston from 1980 through 1999.
One of our favorite places to go every fall for the pumpkin village. My girls love the indoor play place and the outdoor bouncy houses! Just enough animals to entertain the kids for an hour or two and then tons of activities to make for a full day or long afternoon. We usually come during the week because the weekends are insane. Very clean facilities and family friendly.
This place offers so many variety of activities for fall festival. Me and my son had great time. Whoever planned this event were very thoughtful..beside those fun activities, rest rooms were easy to find, plus those yummy apple cider on the site with free to take home apples and pumpkins etc..staff were kinda quiet but they kept working hard so that we didn't have to wait for long...I think kids would appreciate that. Thank you very much for doing this!
Although it's a bit out there, the Leesburg Animal Park does not disappoint. With Llamas, Camels, Zebus, Goats, Sheep, Deer and other animals you can feed and touch, a hay ride, things for little ones to climb on and an appreciable slide, it's fun for the whole family. There are also seasonal events so check the site regularly.
We had a blast at the animal park. Good amount of animals, and it was fun walking around with the goats. We also enjoyed the giant slide and indoor play area. Definitely stop by Lemur Island. Wish we could get back for the special fall stuff!
Huge disappointment! ! The place didn't have much to see. The camel ride was not included in the price of admission, which was a rip off. The place is mainly for children, yet they had a sign in the building saying that they don't allow strollers in the building. The employees weren't friendly at all; they all seemed like they didn't want to be there. Their little market wasn't very good either; nothing special about their fruits, vegetables, or pies