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Definitely a fun place to take kids or anyone who loves animals. I had saw reviews that mentioned that the employees mistreat customers, but I didn't experience any issues. Staff was very friendly.
I wouldn't recommend anyone to go at a time when it is...More
We drove through with our eight and nine year old children. The animals were very friendly, they have been fed a lot by tourists and they were eager to approach our vehicle. My kids especially liked the emus.
We had a fun time here. We got there early based on other reviews but went right in. It was a Sunday morning so maybe business is slower that day. We bought three buckets of food and still had plenty left when we were done....More
This sounded like a fun adventure for my 8 y/o and I on our last day in Huntsville. They open at 10 and we arrived at 9:57 and were the 6th car in line. They opened the gate exactly at 10. We drove the gravel...More
We took the family here on spring break one day. It’s a neat experience to be able to feed the animals from your car. The kids, 5,3,1, all loved it. Also very neat to see all the other animals that they have on display.
This was good wholesome family fun!! Our family had so much fun viewing and feeding the animals! The animals walk right up to your car to greet you(and get food lol). This is particularly exciting for kids! We had a blast!
The safari was good. There were emus, buffalo, deer, ostrich, exotic cows, etc. The animals came right up to the car and definitely were not scared of people. You can buy food to feed the animals. A bucket is $5. Overall the safari is a...More
Please understand, this is a farm-- not a zoo. There are NO fancy roads, bathrooms (outhouses only), concrete trusses or fancy living quarters for the animals.
CASH ONLY! Arrive before noon, if you want to not be waiting in line. We did the circle twice....More