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Flowing Wells is a census-designated place, or CDP, in Pima County, Arizona. Also a suburb of Tucson, it is located at the geographical coordinates of 32.291305 degrees north latitude and 111.008859 degrees west longitude. The area is roughly bounded by the Rillito River on the north, the City of Tucson on the East and South, and Interstate 10 on the West. In 2007, the National Civic League gave it an All-American City Award. As of the 2010 census, Flowing Wells has a population of 16,419 and a total area of 3.4 square miles.
Funny Foot Farm and Tucson Petting Zoo is unlike any other petting zoos. Besides housing many traditional farm animals, it also features a number of animals that could only be seen in a typical zoo. The attraction is a great place for children and adults to have some fun. While going on its interactive tour, you have the opportunity to learn about the animals and even feed and pet them. The petting zoo is one of the only places in the U.S. where you can interact with a Capybara or a Porcupine.
Some of the other animals in the Funny Foot Farm and Tucson Petting Zoo are:
General admission tickets to see the farm animals are $8. For those who also want a tour of the exotic animals and kangaroos, tickets are $12 and $25, respectively. The attraction also offers mobile services where animals are brought to you for birthdays and events – prices for those start at $100. The farm and petting zoo is open Sundays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays, it is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. It could be found on West Wetmore Road.
Curtis Park is part of the Pima County Parks and Recreation regional park system that includes Dan Felix Park and Flowing Wells Park. Situated along the Rillito River, it could be accessed on foot or by bike via the Rillito River Park or by car on West Curtis Road. The park provides amenities like a lighted baseball field, two lighted little league baseball fields, batting cages, a playground, a ramada with four tables and a grill, a swing set, two picnic tables, drinking water and restrooms. Visitors of the park can reserve the ramada for $25 for the whole day. Curtis Park is open from dawn to 10 p.m.
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