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What a great day we spent an hour stroking and feeding deer before taking the tour where we got to stroke, llama, Buffalo and camels as well as seeing lots of animals close up. All animal's looked well fed and looked after and yes some...More
We went to the zoo for a 1st grade school field trip, so you might want to avoid a weekday if you go with a small/family group! There was at least one another school but they accommodated everyone really well in a relatively small space....More
It's too expensive for what it is.
There are many herbivores which are free to roam quite a lot of land. Lots of the deer, zebra, bison etc... Stay together which is what it's like in Africa, so I enjoyed that part.
You get taken...More
The kids loved the wildlife zoo and they had a great day riding the tram and feeding the animals. From their perspective it was a perfect place. However, their maintenance could use a little boost to the program. Some areas seemed unkept and not as...More
I have taken my grandchildren to this park several times over the years and have had a fabulous time, very exciting. We went yesterday, March 15, 2018 during Spring Break. The line of traffic was very long in both directions. It took 45 minuets to...More
We arrived at noon on a Saturday- 3 adults and 2 children- and the fun began as soon as we pulled through the gates. There were a wide variety of animals- deer, antelope, llamas,ducks right by the road. Then we parked and walked through the...More
Our grandchildren enjoyed seeing all the animals and the petting zoo area, so what else matters? Watch out for the deer in the picnic area...it has a taste for human food and is not interested in the food pellets you buy to feed the animals.
Our hosts, knowing how much we enjoyed animal encounters, took us here for a surprise visit. It was not until we pulled in off the road that we found out where we were going and what we were about to do. We pulled up to...More