In planning for our trip to Pagosa Springs I searched for a variety of activities that we could get involved in. One of the places I found that I knew I wanted to visit was the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park. This park covers several acres...更多
Stopped by to see the animals. This is a small animal refuge and park. You can walk easily to all the animal compounds.
The people who run the pasrk are kind and eager to talk about their animal park...which features many disabled/older animals of various...更多
This wildlife park was perfect size for our 20 month old. She was able to walk everywhere on her own...and the animals were fairly easy for her to spot.
It took about 45 mins to walk through and read about the different animals. The ladies...更多
initially, you might think that this stop has little to offer, but really, this wildlife park is pretty cool. walk around and see the various animals in really good habitat enclosures. i've gone twice now--and i'm NO child! i love it--especially the cougar and bear!
Kids had fun seeing animals native to Colorado. We were there during feeding tour, and zookeeper was very knowledgeable and friendly. Animals seemed well taken care of. Kids could feed ducks and goats. It's a small park, so you can complete tour in less than...更多
We got there about one hour before feeding time(1600). As we went around we read all the info on the various animals. then we followed the feeder around. It was vary informative and enjoyable. Black bears, grizzly, mountain lion, wolves, foxes etc.
Fun place to see animals and ride horses. Kids loved it and so did adults..Thank you ! Humming birds were awesome. Fun facts and things to look at. All 3 kids liked it from age 7 to 13 was nice to site and listen to...更多
We went in the late morning and most of the animals were sleeping. I suggest going in the afternoon because they feed the animals around 4pm and you will get a better experience. They have a cat that may follow around too.