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Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, Wynnewood

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  • Over all it was a fun day, but it wasn't fun until the tour started. Take a tour of some sort! We got to there about an hour before and that was honestly too early, especially because it was so hot ou...  more »
  • This place is great, Bring the family and a cooler of food. You will learn a lot and enjoy the day, This is a zoo so be prepared for animal smells. The tour is worth the money as you get 4-5 animals h...  more »
  • My boyfriend and I drove 7 hours to get to the park and it was so worth it!!! George was the first person we saw upon check in and he was very helpful! We payed $50 to interact with baby tigers, they ...  more »
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  • My boyfriend and I drove 7 hours to get to the park and it was so worth it!!! George was the first person we saw upon check in and he was very helpful! We payed $50 to interact with baby tigers, they are kept in a nursery where Jackie takes care of all of the babies. She is extremely knowledgable and caring, she was able to answer all of our questions and was happy to do so. After our personal encounter with the babies we went on an awesome 2 hour tour with our tour guides Eric and Katrina. Eric starts off by explaining the park and animals, throughout the tour he was patient as we were a large group, and had a lot of insight and information to share with us. Katrina was also very helpful as she took on parts of the tour explaining the different animals and the park! We kissed a camel, saw a mini horse, wolves, and other animals at the end including a baby tiger. Along with our two tour guides there were about 4 other trainers walking the tour with us to ensure our safety while interacting with all of the animals! The tour is interactive and a different zoo experience aside from just walking and staring we were able to experience the animals. The animals are all very well taken care of and love the trainers as much as the trainers love them. I can't wait to come back, the drive was worth every second. If you're a couple, group of friends, large or small family, have little ones, or even by yourself- I highly recommend this tour!!!
  • Me and my girlfriend went here a couple days ago and we had a wonderful time. We got a lot of time to play with the baby tigers and all the animals looked well feed and healthy, some of the cages might have look small but if you buy the tour package and get to go to the back and see the rest of the Tigers you will notice that the cages get much bigger. Joe himself stopped us at the end of the tour and asked us what we thought and if we enjoyed the tour. Overall it was better than any zoo I have ever been to and I will definitely be going back
  • 35 per child and 45 per adult was a bit high but we wanted to experience the park and I figured it would be worth it. On the endangered animal tour you can't take your cell phones or camera with you to take pictures or videos but for $30 dollars per family one photographer will take pictures. just hope that the photographer gets good photos of you and your family in those special moments because you won't get that $30 back. Before the tour, we waited an extra 15 mins in the late June heat without fans listening crappy country music blare over speakers and watching the owner himself in his own music videos because apparently he thinks he's a country star! When the tour guide finally showed up she wasn't exactly entertaining or friendly. If you want you get to kiss a camel, get a picture with a miniature horse and pet half wolves. And then pet baby tigers. But as you walk along, most of the animals are in tiny cages close together with small bowls of water and in the dead heat of summer, its heart breaking. And they are breeding them!! The few things I can say are that the animals look healthy and you do get a warm bottle of water to drink along the way. My child did get to pet his favorite endangered species. But for the price it's not worth it. These animals need much bigger spaces and more shade.
  • Some of the staff here need to be removed and replaced in social classes- that's where they really belong. Also, the pricing is a bit too expensive and there are too many people at once to even have fun. These people act like they got no time for you and seem too busy too to even be there (Age is probably getting to them pretty bad). Overall bad experience is what some of you will pay for and if you had a good time here, then just realize that you got pretty lucky.
  • We had a quick stop on our way home from a long road trip. The animals looked great and we enjoyed playing with the baby tigers. The lady in the nursery with us was awesome and really educated us on the animals. It's refreshing to see how much she cares about the babies and their mama's!!!