Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is committed to making the Zoo available and accessible to everyone.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo abides by the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and wants to insure every guest enjoys the Zoo. We hope you will find the access information you need below.
If you need help any time during your visit, contact us or call 719-633-9925.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo offers FREE parking for all Zoo guests.
– Guests with disabilities – reserved parking spaces are available adjacent to the Zoo’s front admission gates.
Questions or parking requests with special needs, please contact Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Guest Services at 719-424-7821.
Wheelchair & Stroller Rentals
Standard wheelchairs are available for rent at the Stroller Hut just past the Thundergod Gift Shop, after entering at the Admission gate. Check inside the Thundergod Gift Shop when closed and during the winter months. We do not have personal motorized vehicles for rent.
Cost: $12.00, no deposit required.
Strollers are two-seaters and available for rent at the Stroller Hut just past Thundergod Gift Shop, after entering at the Admission gate – during the summer season. Check inside the Thundergod Gift Shop when closed and during the winter months.
Cost: $12.00 per stroller
Please contact our guest service manager at 719-424-7821, or e-mail email@example.com prior to your visit if other special assistance is needed.
We welcome service animals that are trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Individuals visiting the Zoo with the assistance of a service animal may only tour certain areas of the Zoo with their service animal. The Zoo can care for the service animal and provide staff guidance if you want to visit restricted areas.
Print or view the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Map of Service Animal Areas. (Pets are not allowed inside the Zoo).
Please contact our guest service manager at 719-424-7821, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance or information.
Elevation – Getting around inside the Zoo
The Zoo’s elevation rises from 6,714 feet at the front admission gate to nearly 7,000 feet above sea level