Zebras will bite your windows and the ostrich are aggressive. It was a blast.
Don't go to early none of the animals are up
It is a bit expensive but it's so much fun and brings the kid out in everyone. A number of the animals are super friendly or maybe just hungry.
This place is awesome you really see animals. Be careful of the ostrich
This place is awesome. The ostrich may be a little intimidating, but nonetheless all the animals are great. April and November I would say hands down the best time of year weather-wise.
traffic can get kind of bad, be wary of animals!
Baby goats in petting zoo are not to be missed. All animals look healthy and well cared for.
Only one or 2 bags of food needed for safari. We got 4 for 6 people in van and not one bag was empty by end.
Really fun park. So nice to see the animals living like actual wild animals. Great up close experience you really can't get anywhere else.
Listen to the CD they give you. Don't feed by hand Addison.
Fun for a quick outing with the kids on a Sunday
If you visit during Spring Break, go early to avoid the long lines. Also, watch out for piles of poo in the petting area.
Come early!! Traffic bad after lunch
Closed at 4:30 this Wednesday, not 3 like this page says. Call ahead to ask.
They offer military discounts.
One bag was enough for this but be careful not to feed them with your hands They will bite :P
I like that we get to feed animals.
Get one bag of food for each person in the car because everybody will want to feed them. Also, the ostrich's are quite brave and will put their heads in your car!
You don't have to do the combo tour...the Hidden Passages tour is good enough
Great place for adults and kids. Avoid the hot times of the day as the animals aren't as active.
Get a season pass. It pays for itself in a couple of trips and you get two bags of free feed.
Pack a lunch and eat it while you drive through. Animals are well cared for and it is lots of fun for kids.
Come early, animals more active when it's not too hot!
Fun place, especially with the kids!
The alpacas WILL sneeze on you. Bring a towel.