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Our regular guided tours last about an hour and a half to 2 hours. To keep our group sizes small, we are by appointment only. You may not be the only family in that group. Treats for the animals are provided at no additional cost. We will be walking on some uneven terrain and going into each animals enclosure so please dress accordingly.
This is our “party package.” You get a 2 hour time slot with just your group on site. We can handle up to 40 people here at once but please no more than that. Feel free to bring your cake here if you want!
Contact us about attending an event you are planning such as a school visit, church outing, festival, etc.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We can take cash or card
Yes we do require that you make a reservation to visit to ensure everyone has ample time with all the animals.
For bookings you can message us on Facebook (most responsive), call us at 931-261-7909, or you can email us from our web page. Please check your email addresses are correct as we cannot reply to your inquiries without accurate information provided.
We require a $10 per person deposit to hold the reservation. The deposit is non refundable but can be transferred over to another day if notified at least 24 hours in advance of scheduled tour time. No shows or last minute cancellations will not be eligible to transfer to a different day and will have to pay the deposit again for future appointments.
Once you have picked a day and time to visit we will send you an invoice via text or email and once the deposit is paid your spot is secure.
This is an all outdoor event so if it is raining or snowing we will unfortunately have to close for the day. If you don’t want to be out in the weather neither do the animals. In this case your deposit can be transferred over to another day of your choosing or we will refund your money.
We are always adding new critters so for updated lists see our Facebook page. Currently the list includes farm animals such as llama, pigs, ram, goats, zebra, mini donkey, ducks and guinea fowl. Native species include skunk, foxes, raccoon, bobcat, prairie dogs, and deer. More exotic animals include wallaby, kangaroo, monkeys, lemur, coatimundi, and Patagonian maras. And of course we have some smaller more common animals such as sugar gliders, bunnies, hedgehogs and more.