On a relative's recommendation we took our Grandkids to Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park. Despite it being a special Halloween celebration at the park, with the attendant long lines, it was a great deal of fun for everyone. We walked around the entire place and took the safari ride to see the larger animals. The crowd was very large and... 更多
Grand children LOVED seeing (and feeding) wild animals...and both parents and grandparents learned a bit along the way as well. A great natural environment...don't miss visiting!
We've taken grandchildren here several times. The park is actually an exotics breeding facility. They sell exotics to a wide variety of animal parks and zoos in North America and have been doing so for quite awhile. A few years ago they turned the place into a visitors facility and they have lots of things for kids to do during... 更多
If you would like to see genuine care given to animals in a preserve, this place is for you. The place is relatively new and it is a passionate hobby for the family that owns and runs it. It is generally clean and well kept. While I have never seen a Happy Croc or Alligator, I think that they are... 更多
We loved Boulder Ridge! Our son is a toddler and the zoo was very kid friendly. It is very accessible with a stroller and had tons of fun activities (at a low price) including feeding a variety of animals and going on a safari! This zoo is very clean, not too busy, and very fun for kids of all ages.
This place is awesome. It is my second time here this year. I have traveled all around the United States to different zoos and animal parks and this has the most animal interactions! You can hold a baby bunny, feed kangaroos, giraffes, goats, deer, camels, and more! Love this place. It is small but very hands on.
I have visited twice & each time I've loved my time here! This is a hidden gem 45 minutes from home. The trolley ride was our favorite! A lot of unusual animals! Great for any age!