The San Diego Zoo is limited by its location in the middle of the city so in 1964 a decision was made to open a wild animal park where there would be enough room for the animals to roam. Its main purpose is species conservation and the breeding of animals. Most of the animals have very roomy, natural appearing enclosures.
A general admission ticket includes four shows and a tram ride. Additional options, which include motorized tours through the African Plains or Asian Savanna, a chance to hand feed some of the animals, a zip line ride, and a rope climbing course, have added fees.
The park is very hilly so a free companion pass is available for all paying guests who need assistance. The tram ride is not wheelchair accessible but the shuttle is. The additional motorized tours are accessible. More information can be found HERE.
RV parking is available. We were not directed to the correct lot and parked with the cars. I think the RV parking lot is behind the accessible parking spaces which are on the flat level of the lot nearest the park entry booths. The accessible spaces fill so arrive early to get a space. There’s a fee for parking. RVs are charged more than cars. Park 33.09816, -117.00247