Trip Planner USA  /  Indiana  /  Topeka  /  Wildlife Areas  /  Maple Lane Wildlife Farm

Maple Lane Wildlife Farm, Topeka

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
2/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
Maple Lane Wildlife Farm is located in Topeka. Use our Topeka holiday planner to arrange your visit to Maple Lane Wildlife Farm and other attractions in Topeka.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
going to
read all reviews »
  • Entrance rates are very reasonable and they have feed you can purchase. Camel and pony rides are available for an additional fee. Kids can pet baby chicks, deer, and the goats. A super cute miniature ...  read more »
  • They take good care of their animals. They sometimes let the large cats outside of the corncrib on the inside of another pen so they can roam around. They give the animals the correct amount of food. ...  read more »
  • If enough people share their concerns, perhaps the USDA will finally shut this place down. Animals have been seized for biting patrons. Violations of animal welfare laws have been repeatedly cited. No...  read more »
  • What a wonderful place to spend time with the family. We absolutely loved it. From the camel and pony rides to feeding the goats. I would recommend Maple Lane to everyone. If you want to experience a true interaction with the animals you can buy a bag of food and feed the monkeys, tigers, lions, bears truely a neat experience. You can even get your picture taken with a little monkey and hold him.
  • My family and I went here for the 2nd time this weekend. This is a small park so it is perfect for my family and didn't require too much walking. My daughters who are both disabled had a great time and even got the chance to pet a fawn deer which was a huge highlight of their weekend. The price is great and the picnic area was good and the people were very friendly. Admittedly some of the animal cages seem to need some repair, but overall the facility was clean and enjoyable.
  • Great place...very nice people
  • It's such a shame animals are put on display for human's amusement. These beautiful creatures belong in their natural habitat, not in enclosed cages for people to peer at them. Shut this place down and allow the animals to roam in a sanctuary, where they are free.
  • This place is horrible. This Amish family-owned zoo houses many bears, tigers, a male lion, hoof stock, fowl and other birds, alligators, and more. They have been in violation of the AWA on many occasions. Informed eyewitnesses report grave concerns for the safety of youth who work there, the public who visit and "pay to play" with animals, ride a camel, ride pony-driven wagons, etc. It is appalling, primates lack enrichment, and child labor laws are certainly an issue. Please don't visit or support such poor conditions for these animals.
Nearby Attractions
Visit for 2​h 30​m
Visit for 1​h 30​m
Visit for 1​h 30​m
Visit for 1​h 30​m
Visit for 2​h 30​m
Visit for 2​h 30​m