This family run zoo with its relaxing atmosphere offers visitors a chance to get closer to nature

At Secret Valley Wildlife Park they strive to make everyones visit one they won’t forget. Providing a once in a lifetime chance to encounter exotic animals in a safe environment with beautiful surrounds.

From bottle-feeding the hungry goats to getting up close and personal with lemurs, there is something for every age.

The keeper talks are fun and educational and, with 14 acres of the valley open to the public including a recreational area and traditional farmyard, there is never a dull moment at the park.

  • Encounter exotic animals in a safe environment
  • Bottle-feed hungry goats
  • Something for every age
  • Fun and educational talks
  • 14 acres of valley

Open Year Round

April to August: Open daily

September to March: Open weekends


Admission Rates Apply

Pre-booking essential. See website for details.

Useful Information

Check out their range of facilities, services, accessibility and other useful information.

DINING: The Valley Cafe is open daily serving a variety of hot and cold food as well as hot and cold beverages and sweets. Hot food is available from 12.30pm daily

PICNIC: There are plentiful picnic benches situated around the park if you wish to bring your own picnic

PARKING: Free parking on site for all vehicles in our designated car park. Designated disable car park located close to the main activity shed. Please inform the entrance hut on arrival to avail of this car park

Getting There

First turn left after Clonroche, 1 mile down the road on the right. The Park is 15 minutes from Enniscorthy town

Map Location: 52.427049, -6.755540
Contact Secret Valley Wildlife Park

Coolnacon, Clonroche, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland

Eircode: Y21 DF85
T: +353 (0)87 205 0069
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