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Black Isle Wildlife & Country Park, North Kessock
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Black Isle Wildlife & Country Park is located in North Kessock. Put Black Isle Wildlife & Country Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our North Kessock vacation builder.
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Decided to go here on last day of our holiday as there was a leaflet left in our accommodation, wish we had not bothered. First impressions were good though alarm bells started to ring as only one oth... read more »
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Went here a couple of years ago and had a lovely time but on our visit this year found the place to be falling apart. The animals looked sad and there weren't many of them really plenty of goats thoug... read more »
After hearing all the bad press about this place possibly closing we decided to go and have a nose about and see what was happening at the park. This was our third visit and small improvements are bei... read more »
Great to walk around and the staff were all really friendly and accommodating. The food was pretty good too for an on site cafe, the availability of chips was a pleasant surprise. The gift shop was a step back in time, km a good way. All of the sort of toys from my childhood were there, the good ones, stuff kids love. Sitting and having lunch around pheasants and chickens was also a lovely experience. Perfect for families.
It's a small park we spent 2 hours going round (that's when the kids had enough). £35 for a family ticket to get in (2 adults and 3 children). Plesent staff. The family got treated to seeing a 6 hour old lamb. There is a good wee park to entertain the kids for hours. Great cafe too. All in all defently a place to visit.
Lovely morning out with the family and all the animals recognise the little brown bags of munch. Baby goats were persistent but so cute. It was also an education for my mother who apparently cannot tell the difference between between Bunnies and Wallabies!!
Wonderful wildlife park with a great variety of friendly animals.
The whole place is somewhat tired & in need of some refreshment & maintenance. Cut back the weeds, apply some timber preservative before the rot reaches more. Was especially surprised to see a couple of young Meerkats running about - not in their allocated enclosures. Some interesting animals & a reasonable half day out for children. Short drive from Inverness, though not easily accessible by Public Transport. Café is cheap - of only because they didn't charge us for all the food.
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