My husband and I were entertaining guests over the holidays and decided to take them to the Wild Animal Sanctuary. What a great decision. Our friends have two younger boys (ages 5 and 8) who also enjoyed their day at the Wild Animal Sanctuary. Upon paying admission, we were greeted by a volunteer who gave us a little background information on the sanctuary and handed us each a booklet which included information about all the animals living on their grounds. The rest of the day we spent admiring the animals while walking around on elevated walkways. The sanctuary is home to lions, tigers, bears, and many other types of animals that have been rescued from inhumane situations within zoos, circuses, and private homes. Here they are free to roam the land and live a wonderful life. Pets are not allowed at the sanctuary. I would suggest taking your sunglasses, sunscreen, a camera, and binoculars. We visited during the winter months and hope to return again in the late spring when some of the water features are up and running. The sanctuary is completely dependent upon donations and the price of admission. I felt good knowing that my money was going towards such a great cause.
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