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Tupelo Buffalo Park & Zoo, Tupelo

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  • We wanted to see bison, and we did! Most of the exhibits were okay, but small for the animals they were holding. I don't like zoos; I think they're cruel, but the bison, camel and zebra were in over 2...  more »
  • enjoyed the short time i spent there, many animal to see and you can feed few of them. however didnt like the tiger cage, it was a pretty big tiger in a very small cage. there was big empty field for ...  more »
  • Feeding the goats was the highlight of our trip to the Buffalo Park for everyone, ages 3 to 65. The kids loved the big cats, monkeys and bear. The adults liked the bus tour. The playground was also a ...  more »
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  • The bird was fun to talk to, he would talk back and the monkey was so cute I wanted to hold him and all the sights are amazing, we loved the bison tour. All in all it was worth the hour and half drive . We really enjoyed this Tupelo Buffalo park
  • Disappointing. Animals all kept in entirely too small cages. Most looked depressed and were very interested in human interaction due to boredom. Fennic Fox looked blind and scared due to nearby airport and low-flying aircraft. Tigers, both, had entirely too small cages. Birds kept in close proximity and in small cages while the geese, of all things, had the biggest cage out of all the animals, including the cows, horses, giraffe, tigers, and coyotes. Environmental control for animals was incredibly non-existant, and it's 260 animals, not species. I'm guessing 250 of those are bison and farm animals, at the lowest estimation. In short, this was a horrifying experience and waste of money. Please do no come and support these people.
  • Lot's of animals to see. The facility is clean, but a little overpriced in my opinion. Good for kids. As noted on their website, additional attractions cost extra. Initial admission gets you a general tour of the animal exhibits. Overall I would recommend.
  • Great service and very fun ! The horse ride is super fun . Feeding the Buffaloes wasnt so exciting because they were really gross but what do you expect ya know .
  • Very kid friendly, everything is spread out doesn't feel like your being pushed through like cattle.