Our visit was on June 8, 2013. I would first like to mention for anyone planning on attending this place, if you are expecting to be able to take photos say of your kids here or of the big cats etc, you better be ready to pay either $25.00 (minimum of four people) or a minimum of $100.00 to do so. The standard park ticket will not allow you to do so. Saying that, During the whole trip here I felt like we were being watched, and didn’t really enjoy my visit because of this.
As far as the animals go they have a few different kinds of bears, wolves and big cats, and other various animals throughout the park. Some of which the cages appeared way too small or the animals inside appeared so miserable. Such as the beautiful tiger we saw that was literally swarmed with flies. One of the wolf’s ears was bleeding and the bears seemed upset about something.
The terrain of the park consists of dirt and rocks, some of which are loose and you can slip from time to time as the rocks shift under you, it is a rougher (natural like) terrain, just be aware of this. The only toilets we saw were porta-potties.
As far as the park staff went, I felt like we were avoided and watched from a distance, even the staff that we walked right by, didn’t say anything to us. No one appeared happy at this facility, and no one (except the lady at the ticket booth) made any attempt to talk to us or share anything with us about this park, including the female co-owner.
Dislikes About This Park:
No Photography Without A $100.00 Minimum
Slightly Unfriendly Staff