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Acadia Zoo-Kisma Preserve, Trenton

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Acadia Zoo-Kisma Preserve is located in Trenton. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Acadia Zoo-Kisma Preserve and many more Trenton attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Trenton travel itinerary planner.
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Reviews
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  • First things first, and I emphasize in capital letters: THIS IS NOT A ZOO! If you go expecting a zoo, you will be disappointed and upset. Now, what it is: a non-profit animal rescue center with a smal...  more »
  • My boyfriend and I brought our daughter to the Acadia Zoo. I wanted to bring her there because‚Äč she has never been there & really loves animals and loves to learn about them I went as a child and reme...  more »
  • My mother had a reservation set up for a tour as my son's 7th birthday gift. We arrived in a thunderstorm; sheets of rain coming down. We decided to call the preserve from our car (rather than get out...  more »
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  • Great place to get close to some wild animals. We stopped after a hike at Acadia, and took a short tour of the preserve. $20 for the two of us, was well worth the price! They charge extra if you want to play with the pup wolf. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave great insight into the personalities of these animals. Very enjoyable experience :) They have a huge black bear, a bunch of wolves, and a lot more...
  • It is a cute place. Less than a dozen animals, WAY TOO OVER PRICED!! Two adults and four children ages 3, 5, 10 and 11 cost us $60 to get in and see under 12 animals which were house pets and common wildlife. I think lowered prices would be a great way to get ore people supporting a lovely cause.
  • Knowledged and fun friendly staff. A very quaint and welcoming visit. And oh yeah you can play with wolves
  • Not so much a nature preserve as a small, chaotic zoo where you get guided tours by a few "live-in volunteers"
  • Disappointing.