There’s A Wildlife Park In Connecticut That’s Perfect For A Family Day Trip
You don’t have to head to the zoo to see some magnificent animals in the Nutmeg State. There is a Connecticut wildlife park tucked away in the secret corner of our state and it makes for an awesome excursion for the whole family. Pack a picnic and spend the afternoon getting acquainted with all this exciting park has to offer.
Action Wildlife Foundation is located in the rolling hills of Goshen. The wildlife park not only has an extensive collection of animals, but also houses a museum, exploration center, picnic area, gift shop, and more.
Visit more than 350 animals that wander the grounds at Action Wildlife.
First you'll want to embark on the drive-thru safari.
As your vehicle winds through the property you will animals enjoying different kinds of habitats that were built for them.
Make sure you have your camera ready to capture photos of alpacas, ostrich, bison, deer, and many more inhabitants of the hills.
Action Wildlife even has a gorgeous zebra living in the park.
Even more exotic is the resident zonkey, which is a cross between a zebra and a donkey.
Make sure you bring the kids to the petting zoo where they might even be able to help feed some of the animals.
Spend several hours exploring the many attractions of this thrilling wildlife park.
Action Wildlife Foundation is located at 337 Torrington Rd.,
Have you ever visited this Connecticut wildlife park? Which animal was your favorite? Share your experiences and photos if you have them in the comments section below.
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