|Did you know that the Trevor Zoo is one-of-a-kind?|
It is, in fact, the only zoo in this country that is located at a high school. The zoo was established in 1936 at Millbrook School, a coeducational independent high school in Millbrook, New York. Its founder, Frank Trevor, was Millbrook School’s first biology teacher and a man with a passion for sharing his love of wildlife with all people, especially children.
And there are plenty of other interesting facts about the Trevor Zoo:
To get more information about the zoo, directions, hours, admission, and much more, click on any of the links to the left.
- It houses more than 180 exotic and indigenous animals
- 80 different species are represented
- It is home to 7 endangered species
- Its facilities extended over 6 acres
- It operates a veterinary clinic
- It is one of 216 zoos in the U.S. accredited by the AZA (Associations of Zoos and Aquariums)
To make a donation to the Trevor Zoo please visit our online donation page.
Directions to the Trevor Zoo
The Trevor Zoo is located at Millbrook School on the north side of Rte. 44, six miles east of the village of Millbrook and four miles west of Amenia, New York. Turn onto Millbrook School Road, and go one and a half miles. A sign for zoo parking will be on your right. Walk 150 yards up the road, and the zoo entrance is on your right by a waterfall.
If you are traveling from the Rhinebeck or Pine Plains areas, go to Bangall near Stanfordville and take James Cagney Way/Bangall-Amenia Road about five miles to Leavitt Road and turn right. Go 100 yards and turn left on Millbrook School Road. Go one half mile to the zoo entrance which will be on your left. You will see the waterfowl pond. Continue 150 yards to the sign for zoo parking on your left.
131 Millbrook School Road
Millbrook, NY 12545
|Jonathan Meigs, Director|
Alan Tousignant, Ph.D, Associate Director
Jane Meigs, Conservation Education Director
Jessica Bennett, Animal Care Coordinator
Kyleen Parajon, Keeper Supervisor