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Serenity Springs Wildlife Center, Calhan

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • Touring this sanctuary is a great way to spend some time, see beautiful animals and put your money towards a good cause. The tour lasts about an hour and you get a well informed guide who tells you in...  read more »
  • Good guided tour with descriptions of each animal. Retirement environment for many of their large cats. Well-kept facility. 
  • We went for the tiger cub encounter and it was an experience of a lifetime! We had three adorable white Bengal tiger cubs roaming around, playing, and climbing on us. We will go back one Saturday or S...  read more »
  • I visited on Saturday, May 28, 2016. The tour totally lacked organization, the presenter was pretentious, the instructions were condescending. I have no idea whether or not the work they do is legitimate. If they really care about there mission (and if their work is noble) they really need a much better person showing off their good works. As a consequence of the tour experience itself, I felt that a big chunk of a fine afternoon had been taken from me. I'm sorry I went.
  • DO NOT support this sham of a place! They do NOT take care of these poor animals! Ever notice how there are a new set of tiger cubs every 12 weeks??? It's because they were breeding illegally. Do the math. A new set of cubs (say 2 per litter) every 6 weeks, that's at least 16 cubs a year. Where are they putting all over them???? They don't have the space. They have areas blocked off to even the volunteers because you know they are doing shady things. It's known that nick, the owner had killed tigers himself. Not humanely euthanized. They are involved in gang activity. Just go to an event. All the people working there are a part of some biker gang. It's shady and they are bad people. The money does not go towards the animals. They are crooks! DO NOT support them. A fried volunteer???? I think not. The owner Nick has such an extensive criminal history, please know when you give money to these people, it's not going to the cats, it's support a known criminal organization. They threaten people when they speak up about how bad this place it. Just goes to show what kind of people they are.
  • My fiancĂ© took me here last month and I had an amazing time!! It's so nice to see lions and tigers or even tilions. They're such beautiful animals and most people don't know they excist and its so nice to see white tigers as for at a regular zoo they do not take white tigers due to Most medical issues that follow them. But it's so nice to hear how all these animals came about and found there homes, even the bears and wolves they have. They also to have some bob cats. I wish the tour could have been a lot longer and we were able to see more of the animals but for $10 a person it's not bad. And my fiancĂ© paid extra so we both could play with the baby Tilion and take pictures with the white tiger cubs. Overall an amazing experience and I can not wait to go again this Sunday with my parents.
  • Went over the weekend... Our overall experience was amazing! Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and you could tell she had a very genuine relationship with the animals. They would all respond and seem to interact with her. My two year old enjoyed every moment of it! If you child is to young to play with the baby Tigers spend the money to take the pictures they'll enjoy it. This is a must do. My family will be returning.
  • Hmmmmm, I dont' know what to think after reading the reviews of this place. I pray that this isnot a breeding ground to sell them off, etc. it is correct that you do not see them around as they are growing up, so yes, where did they go -soo many if the breeding is continuous. they told us on our tour that somthing happend to the mom. Well, I guess they know they will have to answer to their ongoing unethics if all this is true about blocked quarters and all. I am positive God doesn't approve what they are doing with his creation if what some of you have stated is true. And yes, I thought too that some of the volunteers and employess looked a bit rough. Amazing experience while there but this background, off the set stuff really is bothering me.
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