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Arbuckle Wilderness, Davis

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  • The Arbuckle Wilderness was a sad destination. The price was too high for what you got. There were to many donkeys, they had other animals such as camels llamas yaks bison a lone rhino a lone lion and...  more »
  • Nice ride in your car to see different animals and feed them; fun for the whole family. There is also small park and area for 'pic Nic".  more »
  • From the moment we entered the park, the animals greeted us. Our children screamed with excitement the entire time. We had a great time feeding the animals. The donkeys were our favorite. We had an aw...  more »
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  • It's a shell of a place from what it was about 10yrs ago. The obscure amount of donkey to other animals ratio didn't bother me. It was the complete lack of total animals in the park. The last section of the park is completely empty. So if you buy lots of food get rid of it soon no sense in being stingy cause once you feel like your about half way through that's it. There are ostriches, emu, buffalo, deer, lots of alpacas, and of course donkeys. Personally I think they should get rid of the rhino and giraffe they are housed in to small of an area to begin with. They should then take that saved money and get other animals to feed on the trail. I would still go again because my 4yo had fun. This place is more suited for younger kids imo.
  • We got here on a Friday afternoon and rushed to take the kids through before the closing time. We only went through the driver through part, cause we didn't even know a walk through existed and the staff didn't mention it. It was fantastic! The camels were hilarious and the ostriches made it pretty exciting. There are tons of donkeys and funny llamas, too, although the Lion seemed so sad in his lonely, little cage. However, the next day we decided to go back and see the rest of the park, and we were incredibly disappointed. The drive through was still fun, although many animals were slower cause it was a lot hotter. The walk through needs to be completely shut down. The walkways are rickety, all concessions are roped off, there are very few animals in too small enclosures, and there is no petting zoo, although the staff failed to tell us that when we asked about it. The animals in the walk through part look sad and their areas look like something out if a dystopian fairy tale. Frankly, they should close that part entirely and concentrate on the drive through part.
  • This was an absolutely terrible experience. The drive through consisted of donkeys and ducks. There were 2 camels and some elk. Behind a fence we saw 2 zebras, a lion, a giraffe, and a rhino. The walk-through was even worse. The animals looked starved and depressed. We saw 5 animals. That's all. There ringtail lemur, porcupine, an emu and a turtle. The "reptile house" was the saddest. There were 2 lizards and one looked on the brink of death. The bumper boats and the go carts were both closed. The petting zoo was closed. The snack shops were closed. Everything was "out of order" and roped off. We paid $100 for our 6 children and this was an absoluty horrible experience. The manager refused to listen to our concerns. He refused to refund any of our money for all the closed off areas. He said it was "donations" and we should be happy to pay $100 for it. Surely this place needs to be shut down. The animals deserve better than this.
  • If you want to get up close and personal with buffalo, horses, Imus and donkeys this is a good place to go. Sometimes you have to wait to get around in the park due to cars ahead of you feeding the animals or due to animals standing in front of you car with their brakes on. It was pretty busy on saturday afternoon.
  • Do not go! Used to be great. Now I'm sorry I went. Lots of mules and llamas and red eared slider turtles. Toilets dirty and inop.