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All reviews enchanted forest fishing pond bison christmas lights light show prairie dogs nice afternoon a great place to spend once a year small city walk around spend an afternoon lots of space family outing all ages summer months great for kids
If you compare this zoo to a big city's ...like Calgary, you'll be unimpressed. However, for a city one quarter of Calgary's size it's pretty good. You'll enjoy walking around to see the animals, which are predominantly those were were in this area before our...More
I love the saskatoon berry pie, their waffles (which has it's own waffle bar of toppings), and their saskatoon berry flavoured drinks. It's a cozy little restaurant tucked away beside a beautiful view of the river.
If one wants the real spirit of Christmas, well this is definitely for you.The tour is found at Sakatoon's Forest Farm just off of Attridge Drive and is by far the best display we have ever seen. With millions of LED lights and 66 themed...More
The Forestry Farm and Zoo is a wonderful place for children and families. Well maintained, beautiful grounds, great playgrounds, the Forestry Farm has it all. At Christmas time, a beautiful light display.
This zoo is small ; but at $12.50 adult admission, a great deal. Went on a sunny morning and nice to see the animals enjoying the sun as well. Some of the area is off limits due to heavy construction , but most animals still...More
We were sure happy to see children’s push wagons for rent. this grandma and grandpa forget the stroller. It worked great for a 18 mth old and 4 year old. You have to be able to walk the distances. The animals were great to see....More
I would agree with 974lorin. I think the concession area is the only area with seating. There is an indoor area with Meerkats and a few other animals but I don’t think there is much in the way of seating there.
As far as I know, most animals are rescues and even though they have been rehabilitated, cannot be returned to the wild due to their dependence on us for care and feeding. This is the case for the eagles and grizzly bears... More
As far as I know, most animals are rescues and even though they have been rehabilitated, cannot be returned to the wild due to their dependence on us for care and feeding. This is the case for the eagles and grizzly bears ( one of which has OCD). Any offspring born at The Forestry Farm Park would have to continue living there since their parents wouldn't know how to care for them in their natural habitat. We do on occasion borrow animals for a term such as the white tigers, kangaroos and red raccoons. Recently, the peacocks have been given to another zoo because of our climate - we would have to build a separate structure for them to properly care for them during the winter (the existing structure is too old). While going through The Park, it's good to read the signs at each animal pen as explanations are usually given about that particular animal.