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Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge

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Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge is NOT to be missed. They house 103 donkeys, & various mules (George... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
katiek111
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Roberts Creek, Canada
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As an animal-lover, I always try and make time to visit and support any charities or organizations... read more

Reviewed August 8, 2018
Anne D
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Calgary, Canada
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7877 Skimikin Rd, Chase, British Columbia V0E 1M1, Canada
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge is NOT to be missed. They house 103 donkeys, & various mules (George, the most famous ) in a heavenly, well kempt sanctuary where they can live out their days knowing they are loved and cared for. We were fortunate enough...More

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Reviewed August 8, 2018

As an animal-lover, I always try and make time to visit and support any charities or organizations dedicated to helping animals in need whenever I go to new places. So I was pleasantly surprised to discover this refuge that was only about a half hour...More

Thank Anne D
Reviewed July 30, 2018

They have all sizes of donkey, standard, mini, and mammoth. The people managing are so well informed and willing share their knowledge. The farm hands are also willing to share, even tho they are busy caring for animals that need a bit more TLC. It...More

Thank dljenner24
Reviewed June 20, 2018

Plenty of covered picnic tables, a small gift shop and two huge covered barns attached to large paddocks. The barns are open for you to see the donkeys under cover rain or shine. We visited on a very hot day, in the barns where most...More

Thank SawdustyM
Reviewed June 12, 2018

This is one of those stops on a road trip where you come away so glad that you stopped and pleased that you found such a neat spot! It is run by knowledgable and caring people and is a beautiful spot. There are stories posted...More

Thank Allison E
Reviewed May 14, 2018

What a joyful experience! We spent more than 2 hours petting these beautiful, loving creatures and talking to them, the owners and their dog. It really made our day. We left with a warm feeling in our hearts and a determination to let others know...More

Thank stella v
Reviewed October 11, 2017

This is a place where you must visit. This refuge is amazing. Over 100 abandoned or rescued donkeys all being done by a remarkable couple who have dedicated their lives to ensure all these misunderstood animals are going to live out there lives to there...More

Thank Anthony P
Reviewed September 27, 2017

My partner and I spent the entire afternoon here and the experience was life-changing. The founders and owners, Rob and Shirley, are two people the world needs more of. I've never seen anything loved and cared for more than these beautiful long-ears. It's evident that...More

Thank K D
Reviewed September 19, 2017

We arrived just at closing time (we didn't realize they had just changed to fall hours) and the owners were kind enough to let us come in anyway. They are the sweetest people, doing the most genuine work. We learned so much about their work,...More

Thank Courtney T
Reviewed March 10, 2017

This is a place that is worth seeing, you can interact with the Donkeys, they are so people friendly. There are momentos and various products to buy in their gift shop as well. You can get something warm to drink while you walk around and...More

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