Tucked away just blocks from the beach and home to more than 500 exotic animals such as lions, tigers, bears, monkeys and birds. There's also a petting zoo, reptile house and aviary. Animal encounters Spring and Summer. Come play with our kangaroos, sloths and lemurs! Fun for the entire family!
- Lemur encounters
- Sloth encounters
- Kangaroo encounters
- Tamandua (lesser anteater) encounter
- Reptile Garden
JobsSenior Accountant - Full-Time PositionCategory: AccountingSummary of Position: The Senior Accountant position reports to the Chief Financial Officer, but the employee is expected to function in a proficient and independent manner in carrying out of the accounting for his or her assigned areas. Personal contact includes staff from within the Zoo and others such as trustees, Board members, and auditors, to provide or obtain financial information and to ...read more
ContactPhone:(251) 968-5732Fax:(251) 967-3358Full Time GroundskeeperCategory: Facilities, Maintenance, and RepairFull Time GroundskeeperThe Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo is seeking applicants for a full time groundskeeper in our maintenance department. This position is primarily responsible for landscaping, plant care and maintenance, as well as some housekeeping and janitorial duties. Candidates must be at least 18 years old, be able to lift and carry 50 lbs, be able and willing to work outside in all weather ...read more
ContactPhone:(251) 968-5732Fax:(251) 967-3358Commissary Position - Alabama Gulf Coast ZooCategory: Food Industry and RestaurantsThe Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo is seeking applicants for a full time, year-round position in our commissary. This position is responsible for diet preparation for the 600+ animals at the zoo, including preparing raw meat, sorting and cutting produce, laundry, and assorted daily cleaning tasks. This position does not involve animal care. Candidates must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs and have a ...read more
ContactMichelle LittlePhone:(251) 968-5732Fax:(251) 967-3358
Located in the heart of Gulf Shores 1 mile North of the beach on Highway 59.