Where to begin.
Perhaps with the fact that the entire park was incredibly unkempt. Most of the enclosures were overgrown, meaning what few animals were actually housed in their enclosures were difficult if not impossible to see. Adding to that the long grass made it a haven for insects. My friends and I were turned into a meal for mosquitoes.
The park is apparently understaffed. The only staff member we saw was at the toll gate, apart from one other person that we thought might have been working there, but who disappeared into a stable the moment we came into the barn area. We stood, watched, and took pictures of two clowns who had climbed under the boundaries to hand-feed potato chips to the bears in their enclosure. We were intent to have these idiots removed from the park only to find that there was not a soul to speak to.
In some minor defence of the bear-feeders, there were very few rules posted, and those that were posted have rusted or faded to the point they could not be read.
Overall the experience was a disappointment. One would expect significantly better from a privately funded wildlife park, especially considering there is not a single animal that does not have some kind of advertising sign posted on the front of their cage.
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