This park is obliviously not set up for people with disabilities, my in-laws were over from England and one has difficulty walking long distances and didn't feel able to walk the whole tour, a chair was offered to sit on but as explained he couldn't walk long distances between the crocs pens. They told us that if we don't pay the entry fee we couldnt even sit and wait on the rest of the family and had to leave the farm for insurance reasons. I found this absolutely appalling as the in-laws had travelled along way to see this farm. I think they need wheelchair access and have wheelchair hire available.
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