Spend The Day With Elephants At The Endangered Ark Foundation In Oklahoma

Oklahoma is home to many wildlife preserves but not many of them have elephants. The Endangered Ark Foundation in Oklahoma is a unique attraction open to the public where guests can spend the day with elephants in an up-close-and-personal encounter. Keep scrolling below to find out how you can visit these gentle giants and learn more about their daily habits.

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Doesn’t this look like so much fun? To learn more about booking your day with the elephants, please visit their website here.

Oklahoma has many unique sanctuaries for animals that are open to the public. From large zoos to small foundations, there are many caring people that devote their time to protecting animal welfare and educating others. Many of the places in this article accept donations and volunteers and they welcome the opportunity to have you visit their animals during operating hours. If you’re looking for more animal attractions in Oklahoma, click here.

Address: 2657 E 2070 Rd, Hugo, OK 74743, USA