There was a for sale sign at the entrance. We go to every wildlife place we find and was so disappointed in this. We had visted Tyler, Tx and enjoyed the McClendon house and rose gardens. Everyone should visit these two. Then went to Kilgore the whole town is wonderful, hope to go sometime when all the oil derricks are lite for Christmas, and the oil musuem on Kilgore college campus is great. Back to the safari it had few animals and little varity. We did the self drive through for $15 each,was not worth it at all. There are better for same amount.
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