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Noah's Ark Rehabilitation Center

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Great animal sanctuary

This place allows visitors to walk around for free. I have completed 3 paid tours and have... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Newnan, Georgia
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This place rescues animals of all kinds including tigers and bears. Great walking tour! Offers... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Beaufort, North Carolina
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Noah's Ark is a 250-acre animal rehabilitation center with habitats for more than 1,200 animals. Habitats are open to the public and house tigers, wolves, bears, lions, a leopard, monkeys and more. Call for hours and directions.
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712 L G Griffin Rd, Locust Grove, GA 30248-4317
+1 770-957-0888
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place allows visitors to walk around for free. I have completed 3 paid tours and have enjoyed each one of them. The most recent one was a during a cat feeding session and the other two were behind the scenes tours (second time I...More

Thank Kolby2001
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place rescues animals of all kinds including tigers and bears. Great walking tour! Offers volunteers to guide you too.

Thank 499cynthiaa
Reviewed July 6, 2018

The sanctuary is free to visit, with donations being welcomed. you can see from the clean and spacious areas for the animals that the donations are put to good use. They also offer guided tours where you can learn more about the animals in their...More

Thank gypsygallisa
Reviewed June 19, 2018

The place was a little ways off the freeway but it was easy to find. It was a great place to see quite a bit of animals for free! The place is free, as I mentioned, but they accept donations for helping with the animals!...More

Thank SDSmith87
Reviewed May 27, 2018

Noah's Ark really exceeded my expectations. I avoid zoos and anywhere else where I would be depressed due to the condition of the animals. At Noah's Ark, my heart was warmed by the caring and peaceful living conditions of the animals. Of course, being in...More

1  Thank CuriousTraveler8048
Reviewed May 5, 2018 via mobile

Looking for something reaching to do?with our without kid. This is the place to go. It is free. They do ask for a donation but you give it gladly when got see how good the animals are taking care off. Every animal has nice space...More

1  Thank allysomi
Reviewed May 3, 2018

Great place for any age, but our kids (ages 4 and 9) especially loved it. Parking is free, as are self-guided tours, but they offer special guided tours for a price. They have some animals that we were more familiar with (bears, tigers, horses) and...More

Thank all12579
Reviewed April 30, 2018

Neat place with wide variety of animals that have been rescued, confiscated, or retired from circus. Animals have a very nice size fenced area so not to be caged, like some zoos have done in past. Admission is free, but there is a place for...More

Thank Ken W
Reviewed April 14, 2018 via mobile

You can visit the park for free, but we did the wow tour where you get to go between the fences. I have visited many zoos but this was a first for me. I really enjoyed the different perspective and description of the animals histories...More

Thank leeann r
Reviewed March 3, 2018

I took my students here on a field trip to deliver food they had collected for the animals of Noah's Ark. They had a wonderful time visiting the animals and felt good that they had contributed to their care.

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Ayomide A
February 17, 2016|
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Response from Zazu_11 | Reviewed this property |
You are not touching the animals. They are wild. What zoo have you ever gone to that allows you to touch the animals?
September 26, 2015|
Response from Barbara0414 | Reviewed this property |
I was a visitor there I do not work there. I didn't see any squirrels there but then again they may have those animals behind the scenes being rehabbed. You can ask them on their Facebook page and they generally answer.