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Maple Lane Wildlife Farm

#2 of 3 things to do in Topeka Features Animals
7410 W 700 S, Topeka, IN 46571-9770
+1 260-593-2248
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An enjoyable way to spend 2 hours

Entrance rates are very reasonable and they have feed you can purchase. Camel and pony rides are... read more

Reviewed 14 July 2016
Lindsey J
via mobile

They take good care of their animals. They sometimes let the large cats outside of the corncrib on... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2015
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14 Jul 2016
“An enjoyable way to spend 2 hours”
28 Aug 2015
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7410 W 700 S, Topeka, IN 46571-9770
+1 260-593-2248
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Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

Entrance rates are very reasonable and they have feed you can purchase. Camel and pony rides are available for an additional fee. Kids can pet baby chicks, deer, and the goats. A super cute miniature pig runs around to greet people. They have some cool...More

Thank Lindsey J
Reviewed 28 August 2015

They take good care of their animals. They sometimes let the large cats outside of the corncrib on the inside of another pen so they can roam around. They give the animals the correct amount of food. The bears have a lot of shade and...More

Thank Nature_Love23
Reviewed 15 July 2015

If enough people share their concerns, perhaps the USDA will finally shut this place down. Animals have been seized for biting patrons. Violations of animal welfare laws have been repeatedly cited. Now, animals are being transported for exhibits offsite suffering from obvious injuries. Profit is...More

8  Thank Gagens
Reviewed 20 June 2015 via mobile

Incredibly friendly people and obviously caring for their animal friends. More rustic than a zoo for sure, but maintained well and family friendly.

1  Thank Gregory N
Reviewed 19 June 2015

This place should be shut down. The animals are "living" in terrible conditions. Large cats were in very small cages, some with very little shade. Several bears were breathing heavily due to the heat and had no shade except for a box in their cage.

6  Thank sdmf58
Reviewed 1 December 2014

This place is the kind that Black Pine in Albion wishes would be shut down. It needs to be illegal to own this kind of animals. Nobody should own them. Just a money making scam for some Amish. They don't care about the animals just...More

4  Thank Scott J
Reviewed 30 October 2014

I went there with my ARC and being the animal lover I am, I was thrilled. The conditions of some of the animals such as the wolves, the bears and the big cats are somewhat a bit disappointing. Most of the bears, tigers, a male...More

2  Thank Luis G
Reviewed 3 September 2014

So many animals. To few people to care for them. Many unhappy/hungry animals. I wanted to call the animal shelter after visiting. It was sad to see so many uncared for animals. We rushed through just to see if we misjudged at first sight and...More

10  Thank Martha B
Reviewed 13 August 2014

I was sad to see what I view as mistreatment of animals, and safety concerns, occurring at this roadside Amish zoo. There were large, dangerous animals that only appeared to be "secured" behind cheap carabiner clips. Visitors were checked in by a child, and didn't...More

9  Thank Gagens
Reviewed 9 August 2014 via mobile

This place is awesome, we love taking the kids here to show them how they are saving animals. Its interactive you can feed the animals. Take your kids there ask questions the owner is great and loves what he does. I love this place and...More

2  Thank Virgibelle
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Luis G
What I heard from an uncle of the owner that he keeps the animals during the winter in shacks.
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