Stay away. Period.
The only bright spot was the staff at the lion feeding, she was informative and energetic and seemed genuinely interested in her job.
The animals, when you could see them, were rather shabby and sad looking.
Most of the animals were kinds you would either expect to see at any farm or on the side of the highway while driving through most of canada (Moose, elk, caribou, deer, goats, chickens, rabbits, coyotes, foxes, etc.). The more exotic animals (Jaguars/lions/tigers) were rather lackluster, or were simply hiding. This was more of a petting zoo without the petting than an actual zoo.
The cages were small and generally overgrown, the white wolf looked more like a sad dog, the eagle (if it still has the capability) did not have the room to fly...a walking eagle is a pretty sad site.
The staff were non-existent, except for the person doing the lion feeding.
The entry was 22.50/pp, which given the shabby state of everything seems incredibly high.
I would not return, no would I recommend it to anyone, even if they had nothing better to do.
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