Running summer camps allows me to visit all sorts of neat places in my area that I wouldn’t normally think of visiting. I shared the adorable Harley Farm goats earlier & their shop filled with the best goat cheese around. Another little hidden spot that we have is called CuriOdessey. It’s a science museum & zoo located at Coyote Point Park, right along the Bay Trail. The zoo is filled with rescued local animals that cannot be reintroduced to the wild for various reasons. They take care of them at CuriOdessey and let us peek in to say hi. There is also a fun hands on area for kids who are interested in science interactive games & displays. They are open from 9-5 every day except Monday & tickets cost $9 for adults, $6 for kids. They don’t have a cafe, but there are plenty of picnic tables & a cute little gift shop. There is a marina & a playground nearby if you want to make a day of it.
How cute is this little guy? He literally posed for me under the flowers!
The turtles were enjoying a nap in the sun…now that’s my kind of day!
It’s not all birds, they also have this little cutie. He was snoozing, but got up to check us out! I didn’t mean to wake him from his slumber, but he was so cute that I was glad he wanted to meet us!
This bobcat came from the hills where he was a ferocious hunter of all things small.
Easily the most popular display belonged to the playful otters. They were charming the crowd to no end! The display had a little crawl space for kids to peek under water and see the otters do their flips & spins. I couldn’t resist a look too!