This is probably the best, if not one of the best zoos I have been too. The price of the tickets and a $5 parking fee is very affordable and cheaper than the Dallas Zoo. Parking is convenient and there is plenty of it. Once you get inside the zoo, it is very spacious, especially if you want to still maintain social distancing, even on a busy holiday like July 4. And you definitely get your moneys worth. One thing that stood out to me about this zoo was how interactive you could be with the animals or get an interactive experience. Theres the zoos Elephant Springs where you can watch elephants play in the water and spray them to give them a drink of water, or the African Savanna, which allows partons to walk all the way around the area to see the giraffes and feed them at a single outpost location. The scene is beautiful and quiet, and the area is so large, you can come close to the giraffes from any area. You can also get close to otters, bears, birds (and feed some of them too). There is also a Texas Wild area for kids and a place to learn a little more about Texas, as well as an air conditioned sitdown area where patrons can eay Pizza Hut or a couple of other restaurants for a decent price. The zoo is also well shaded to keep cool from the sun and you can easily spend hours there as it continues to grow with another exhibit to be completed in a couple of years.