Following an extensive search, the North Alabama Zoological Society (NALZS), a not-for-profit organization headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, has identified expansive space on two separate properties to support a new zoological park in Limestone County.
According to NALZS research and such as what NALZS is planning, the United States has not seen an expansive nonprofit zoo or zoological park built from the ground up in roughly 45 years.
Spanning 279 acres, the central portion of the park will be a traditional walking zoo located just north of Martin Line Road and adjacent to I-65 south of Tanner. In the park, there will be three Adventure Trek Areas representing national parks and preserves from North America, Asia, and Africa. Beyond observing wildlife, guests will be able to ride horses, zipline, and safari through these areas.
There are several opportunities for naming rights and sponsorships, including having your name associated with the name of the zoo. To inquire about these opportunities or if your donation is larger than $500, please email our development team for assistance: [email protected]
A dedicated capital fund at the Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville is being created to hold all donations designated towards the purchasing the properties.