Great presentation, excellent tour guide. we even saw a few white deer. if you ever got rail service it would add to the adventure,but don't blow the horn and scare the deer.
Seneca White Deer
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The Deer , both Brown and White are wild critters and behave as wild deer do. Food plots have been planted but nobody dumps food at a feeding station. The tour guide gives real information on deer management and has encyclopedic information on the building...More
It was a good, colorful, informative ride. We saw turkeys, brown deer, a young eagle, and a caterpillar. We didn't see the white deer until almost the end of our almost two-hour tour ! But, she was a beauty and stayed close behind some bushes,...More
We learned so much during this 2 hour tour! Not just about white deer (which are beautiful creatures, by the way) but also about the history of the Seneca Army Depot and the role it played during WWII. Our guide was very knowledgeable and a...More
The Seneca White Deer Tour was a great stop while on vacation. They actually gave us a tour on an off day and we were so happy they did. The guys were great and had lots of facts to tell us about all along the...More
The bus ride was comfortable. Guides were very knowledgeable. We were able to get out and walk around certain areas. They would stop when people asked them too, when the deer were spotted.
Although deer are all magnificent creatures, the white deer are very special. You are doing a great job for and with them.
This tour was as much about the history of the site, which had been a US Army munitions depot. In addition to at least a dozen white deer, we saw brown deer, many bunkers where munitions were stored, and emergency shelters for those who worked...More
The tour guide and driver were both very knowledgeable. Many interesting facts about the history of both the White Deer herd and also the Seneca Army Depot. At first we didn't see any deer at all, but finally we did see about 8-10 white deer,...More
We did the tour on Columbus Day. It was a very nice 1,5 hour with an excellent host and driver. They gave a lot of both historic and actual info over the former army depot and the (white) deer living in the area. And we...More