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Over all, my husband and I LOVED our stay and experience at the Vision Quest Ranch!
We we told to check in by 3:30, if we wanted to see some animals. We got there at 3:35, and figured we had missed them. When...More
My husband and I celebrated our 39th anniversary at Vision Quest B&B. I adore elephants and it was wonderful to be able to watch them from our deck of bungalow #8. It was very entertaining to watch Jasmine the zebra try to steal food from...More
I brought my girlfriend there because she absolutely loves animals. I was also planning on proposing. the staff there was so helpful and made this the experience of a lifetime. can't wait to go back by there again to see all the new additions for...More
What a wonderful treat for our 20th anniversary! We had the Big Cat House - from looking around, the best situated of the huts with the best view of the elephant play yard, so you can watch the elephants after the tour, in the warm...More
Highly recommend this place! The zoo is small, but nice, clean, beautiful & the animals seem to be taken good care of. The staff are friendly and very knowledgeable, seem to really enjoy what they do! We did the Crunch Time & Butch's Bedtime, both...More
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US$215 - US$318 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from AmySue1981 | Reviewed this property |
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The... More
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The elephants go into their enclosure for the night, and you can feed them, touch their trunks and ask any questions of the trainers. My kids loved it.