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This is a nice place to visit with the kids however, some of the animals are in cages way too small. Other animals were difficult for the kids to see because they were in cages with little access for line of sight. Most of the...More
We stopped here on our way to Arkansas enjoyed ourselves despite the heat. They have several paddock type areas with a variety of animals--gators, of course, peacocks, monkeys, baboons, zebras, kangaroos, bears, ducks, goats, a camel, alpaca, and cranes (watch out, they bite!) They have...More
I've taken my grandchildren there on several occasions. The employees are very friendly and enjoy letting anyone hold or pet the animals. They have baby gators inside plus snakes, ferrets and other wild creatures. They have a gift shop, picnic area and a small play...More
What a gem and they are expanding the premises with more animals. It is clean, interesting and a spectacular way to spend a family afternoon. Highly recommend. The staff is amazing and the snakes, lemurs, alligators, bear sloths (my favorite), otters (you have to meet...More
We were visiting Grand Saline and were looking up what else there was to do in that area and the East Texas Gators popped up. My girlfriend and I decided to give it a shot and we were wonderfully surprised! It was clean and maintained,...More
pet a ;live snake. watch the alligators and feed the ducks. Many local animals that have been housed here while they recuperate from injury or need relocation. A gift shop is there also to buy the usual souvenir.
The women that worked were very friendly. Inside had about 10-12 small animals such as snakes, ferrets, and fish. Once inside park area some geese and ducks, a donkey, a pig, a turkey, a llama, and some lemurs. Had 3 areas for alligators and employee...More
There are lots of animals other than gators. Get there for feeding time! While she was feeding them, she told fun facts about general gator stuff as well as stories about a couple individual gators that are there. Inside the staff will take the smaller...More