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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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My sister and I took her three kids here. The three kids ranging in age from 3 to 8 years old absolutely loved it! They loved being able to pet some goats. They love seeing the big cats such as a Bengal tiger. We saw...More
My family went to Noah’s Ark this past weekend for the third or fourth time. This place is always a win for my family. It’s never crowded, we can walk and get good looks at all the animals at our own pace. Best part it’s...More
If you are an animal lover, you will enjoy this spot. The animals are in clean spacious areas. Volunteers are knowledgeable, obviously happy in what they are doing and ready to answer your questions. Great variety of beautiful animals and birds. Be generous with your...More
The place is well kept despite it is fully funded and run by volunteers. A good place for all ages. There are many saved animals. Entry is free and totally on donation basis. To visit there is a form of support to everyone involved, especially...More
We had tried to visit Noah's Arc a few years ago to see the lion, tiger and bear buddies but it was closed and the lion has since died. This time we were stuck in traffic on
I 75 and arrived just after it had...More
My husband and I just got back from a wow tour ( walk on the wild side ) and it was amazing !!!
The love and attention these animals have found here warms the heart and fills the soul with joy.
This sanctuary is open...More
We often take for granted Noah’s Ark because it’s nearby, but we have been going here since 2005.
We miss the potbellied pigs walking on the path and the llamas running free. We’ve walked upon a family of deer one time on the path.
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
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.