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The Natural Bridge Zoo Park is and always has been privately owned and has never accepted any sort of federal, state, or local funding. The Natural Bridge Zoo opened its doors to the general public in 1972 and has been growing ever since. The main...more
We took our grandkids (ages 7 and 11) here recently and really enjoyed the visit. They have some very interesting animals to see and the highlight was the ride on the lovely elephant, Beautiful (her actual name). The kids enjoyed feeding some of the animals...More
We drove 3 hours to visit this place because we have heard only good things about the Natural Bridge State Park so we figured the Zoo should be great too! The website and map of the zoo make it LOOK great! It was very disappointing!...More
We loved the parakeets mostly and feeding the animals was nice too. The lemurs were our favorite animals in the zoo. We could see most of the animals in their pens even though they were trying to get shade. The next time we go we...More
We drove 8 hours to ride elephants. We came at the opening time, there were almost no people there, so we had the zoo to ourselves which was awesome! It was nice to see such a different kind of zoo. It didn't feel like we...More
This is a small private zoo and our four year old daughter had fun feeding the animals, but some of the animals could have been in better habitats and used some cleaning and better maintenance. We did ride the elephant too and checked it off...More
I didnt know this place even existed. I read horrible reviews and expected to be upset and ready to protest, but what I found was well cared for animals and a real effort to ensure they were comfortable. I do wish some of the spaces...More
Awful conditions for all the animals. Enclosures too small, especially for the elephant, most other enclosures are filthy small cages. A travesty that this place who obviously only cares about money and not a bit about its animals is allowed to stay open.