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We came at 11am. We were given a basket with apples and we were instructed how to visit the park. Just after few minutes we noticed a moose standing in trees' shade. It was really hard to notice it due to it's color.
We visited this park towards the end of August when it was quiet. It is not well advertised or signposted but that makes it even more special. As soon as we pulled up in the car park we saw a moose family behind the fence...More
You might walk around the park and only see a couple of Moose sat down that are not interested in eating the apples you have.
What they don't tell you is that if you walk around the back of the cafe on the viewing decking...More
It is a nice place to see and get close to moose. We were given apples to feed them which was a nice experience. One could argue that it is possible to see moose in the wild, which I did on many occasions, but you...More