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Kangaroo Creek Farm, Lake Country

(4.6/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Get up close and personal with wildlife at Kangaroo Creek Farm. Without many fences, the site allows visitors to walk freely around the enclosure and learn about the different animals, including information about the animals' habitat, diets, and physiology. Your entry fee donation will allow you to touch, pet, and even feed the kangaroos and wallabies, sugar gliders, pot-bellied pigs, emus, parrots, chickens, and capybaras. Try to spot a red kangaroo, the largest type of this marsupial. Keep in mind that this site is open seasonally. Put Kangaroo Creek Farm into our Lake Country holiday planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Reviews
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  • I have to say that I have been to the Kangaroo Farm quite a few times. In fact since before you charged and we donated. I have only lived here 3 years and it was ALWAYS a go to place for me to take ou...  more »
  • I rate this attraction 5 due to its uniqueness. Where else in the Okanagan Valley are you going to find kangaroos?! (More accurately, I believe they're wallabies.) For a reasonable donation entry ($10...  more »
  • We came upon this place by sheer chance. Cute little place where you can pet kangaroos, goats, and parrots and a few other animals. Every age group will like this. Not a long stop but a happy one!  more »
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  • This place is a blast. Decent price per-head and tons of animals to feed and pet! Staff were exceptional; friendly, knowledgeable, firm without being gruff or curt, and they all seemed like they actually wanted to be there. I would invite and bring anyone here.
  • This place is a must see. Staff were very knowledgeable very friendly. The kangaroos were awesome. Well worth thw $10. Got to feed and hold.
  • We had to make a very quick stop there on our way back to Saskatoon and it was lovely! Many of the people there are very nice and all the animals I saw were very calm. Its good that they stop in the middle of the day, I would feel bad for the animals in the heat! They all seem healthy and things were clean. Thank you so much!
  • Definitely a fun stop for the kids. Fun wandering around trying to feed the kangaroos, wallabies, and wallaroos. Helpful staff, and a fun assortment of different animals you don't usually get to see our get close to. Highlight was definitely holding the young kangaroos as well as parrots. I would come back, but probably only every other year until the kids are too old to really love it.
  • A fantastic stop to visit. I traveled here with my girlfriend to see a kangaroo or two. We were amazed with the attentiveness of the staff, number of animals, and variety. (they even have sugar gliders!) we also learned a lot about the animals from the staff and signage. For 10 bucks it is a great afternoon activity, teaches you lots and if you wait it out (or arrive early) the baby Joey's are super adorable!