|Location||Scottsbluff, Nebraska, United States|
|Land area||23 acres (9.3 ha)|
|No. of animals||200+|
|No. of species||73|
Riverside Park is Scottsbluff's city park, and has the only zoo in western Nebraska. It includes three lakes with camping and recreation areas, and a riverside trail that runs along the banks of the North Platte River. There are also over 30 garden spots. Riverside Discovery Center is directly in the path of the August 21, 2017 Total Eclipse.
The Riverside Discovery Center has a collection of over 200 animals representing 73 different species, in various exhibits.
Contains animals once common in the grasslands of North America:
===Slither Inn=== currently not open to public The reptile house that has various snakes and lizards from around the world
Contains a collection of various raptors:
An area dedicated to some of the smaller animals of the rainforest
Home of the areas chimpanzee and other unique creatures:
Home to various big cats:
Contains a small collection of primates:
Contains African hoofstock:
There are other animals that are not included in any of the aforementioned exhibits:
The Riverside Discovery Center is actively involved in the Survival Species Program for various species of imperiled wildlife on display.
The zoo and park is located a half mile west of Nebraska Highway 71.