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For my husbands birthday we went to The Wilds. We took the 2+ hours Open Air Safari (next year we're going to upgrade to the Wildside Tour). Our driver/guide was just the right amount of informative- sometimes nature just has to speak for itself. We...More
My husband and I went on my birthday in December and it was snowing!
That didn’t change our tour much. We were picked up by our tour guide in the parking lot in one of their vehicles—just my husband and I—and we set off! So...More
We stayed at the Baymont Hotel in Cambridge and there I found some good directions in the book they keep in the rooms about attractions and diners. There are many billboards advertising this place but not too many signs along the country roads getting there....More
If you want to go to Africa and be with the free roaming animals but know that won’t haooen your in luck. Go to The Wilds. It’s about an hour and a half from Columbus OHIO (so u can also visit the Columbus Zoo!). This...More
This last weekend I took my family to the Wilds. We had a great time there got to see and learn about a lot of really cool animals and a few even came up to the bus. My daughter loved it. I feel like it’s...More
Greatest Animal Excursion yet. The Staff are very helpful and polite. The Trainers are incredibly smart, educated and take their jobs serious. Would recommend to anyone wanting a safe, affordable and entertaining day.
We go at least once a year, normally in the summer but this year we went in the Fall and froze but it was totally worth it. I love this wonderful place because they are successfully breeding endangered animals and rebuilding herds of animals on...More
Miniature Africa in the middle of Ohio. We took the 2.5 hour Open Air Safari Tour, and had a great time. Animals walked right up to the bus with many sticking their heads inside. Nothing like going eye to eye with an Ostrich while your...More
I remember as a youngster what this area looked like with the strip mining. It is truly amazing what has been done with it! My 3 year old granddaughter picked The Wilds as her reward she had earned, I am so glad she did! There...More
Once the temperatures get down in the 40's, temperature sensitive breeds (like giraffes) have barns to shelter in. Some will move in and out of their barns whiles others will stay in them all winter. About 50% of the... More
Once the temperatures get down in the 40's, temperature sensitive breeds (like giraffes) have barns to shelter in. Some will move in and out of their barns whiles others will stay in them all winter. About 50% of the animals are cold weather tolerant (like bacteria camels and Sichuan takins) and stay out in winter months.