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Happy Rolph's Bird Sanctuary, St. Catharines
(4.1/5 based on 140 reviews on the web)
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  • Great, free fun for the whole family. We love to walk around by the water and watch the ducks/swans. 
  • Feed the happy animals, watch the swans and turtles (and noisy ducks), walk by the lake, and then let the little ones get their ya-yas out on the very nice playground. This place can't be beat. How is...  more »
  • Nice place for kids!some people doing birtdhay party there ,you can do a big walk around the park etc. 
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  • We visited Happy Rolph's as a family on 12 August 2016. It has a well kept animal area. 9/11 memorial trail in front of the lake view is a quite place to relax in the afternoon. It is really kind of them for not keeping an entry fee. I have been to many less attractive places with a heavy entry fee.
  • Great place to go with family and friends! One of the few place one can still go for free!!! Great spot for taking little ones to introduce them to the animals as well as getting to walk on the trail and along the water. I highly recommend it for a family outing.
  • Nice place to take kids to run around and relax and see some animals with nice view of the lake.
  • Not quite what we had expected. Initially thought this was going to be a petting zoo of sorts. There are a few animals and there are places to feed a few of them. It was really hot the day we visited, so not much activity there. A few nice trails around to go for a walk, so that was a major plus. Nice playground for the kids too.
  • Take the kids to see goats, ponies, llamas, rabbits and chickens, play on the swings and slides, have a picnic, see the ducks and turtles, all for free. You used to be able to feed the animals by buying kibble from little gumball type machines but not anymore. It has a nice view of Lake Ontario.