I really liked the little rides section at the Indianapolis Zoo and it gives families something else to do at the park and could expand the time they spend there. I love seeing parks like this create new areas and expansions to include rides.
There's a zoo by my house (the Staten Island Zoo) that recently added a carousel, and it seems to be a hit with families. I can see them adding another ride or two in the coming years, but I doubt they'd ever add a coaster. But I agree, adding rides to zoos are very good ideas.
The zoo has really expanded the past few years, with the log flume to the giant aquarium and the new Africa area. The zoo is really nice, I used to go here with my grandparents every here during spring break when I was young.
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