My wife and I visited this reserve yesterday. Finding this location was no problem, though the entrance drive is narrow so drive slow. The parking is on grass near the stock room. This is NOT a zoo! All the animals here are permanent residents and can not be released for various reasons. The tour takes a slow start as you wait for all the guests on the tour to turn up. The staff take great pride in these animals and you can hear and see the affection they have for the animals and the animals for them. My wife and I witnessed a 600 pound cat roll over for a belly rub from a volunteer - simply amazing! The requested donation is $25 per adult and well worth it. My wife and I also left some food donations for them. I strongly suggest you bring some frozen water bottles with you - the water WILL melt in the heat, although they do offer you cold water and umbrellas, as well as offering water from a hose to cool you down. There is a Wallgreens a short drive from the Reserve also to purchase anything you may need - like another cold drink. They do have a port-a-potty on site, but we did not use this. This is not a zoo experience. It is a Wildlife reserve, bear this in mind and you will have a great day!
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