GarLyn Zoo in Michigan's Beautiful Upper Peninsula
 
African Sulcata Tortoise  Syrian Brown Bear  North American Alligator  Golden Phesant  Ring-tail Lemur  Bobcat  Cougar or Mountain Lion  Coyote  Peacock

GarLyn Zoo is the Largest Zoo in the Eastern Upper Peninsula.

The Zoo is home to hundreds of native North American animals including, alligator, fox, wolves, bobcat, whitetail deer, cougar, river otter, porcupine, bison, also exotic animals from around the world, siberian tigers, patagonian cavy, ring-tailed lemur, camel, reindeer, sika deer, sulcata tortoise just to name a few.


Started in 1994 on US-2 in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. Just 6 miles east of Naubinway, only 40 minutes west of the Mackinac Bridge. The zoo is a small intimate family run zoo nestled in the mature pine forests on the northern shores of Lake Michigan. We offer a child friendly atmosphere and people friendly animals. You will enjoy the natural wooded appeal of mature pine trees and cedar mulched trails. You will see, learn about and enjoy animals from all over the world. Stop at GarLyn Zoo and take a walk on the wild side, enjoy live animals up close.


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 Animals at GarLyn Zoo include:

• Alligator
• Bobcat
• Grizzly Bear
• Tiger
• River Otter
• Wolves
• Porcupine
• Camel
• Ring-tailed Lemur
• Patagonian Cavy
• Tortoise
• Reindeer
 and many many more!  

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Enjoy the Feeding Fun:

Everyone enjoys feeding the animals including deer, goats and llama. You can even feed Millie the Sirian Brown Bear, with apples from the gift shop. The apples are rolled down a tube keeping you at a safe distance.


   
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