Baltimore City, MD -
Camels are coming to the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore! The camels are expected to arrive today from their winter home in Missouri. Starting Saturday May 4 th the Maryland Zoo invites you to take the ride of a lifetime on the back of these desert dwellers. Through Labor day, zoo guests will be able to ride one of their visiting dromedary camels, pam or mocha, while visiting the zoo.
The Maryland zoo will offer the rides from 10:30am until 4:00pm for 7.00 dollars per person. The camel rides are located in between the rock island penguin exhibit and the elephant overlook.
More information can be found here: http://www.marylandzoo.org/
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