There’s A Wildlife Park In Southern California That’s Perfect For A Family Day Trip

Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary in Southern California has been a fun-filled family destination since the 1930s. Although it’s been around for almost 80 years, this wildlife park just gets better over time. Whether you visit for the native plants and animals or you just enjoy strolling along the picturesque walking trails, you’ll want to carve out some time to enjoy this wildlife park that shows off SoCal’s wild side.

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Have you ever been to Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary? You can find this local gem at 29322 Modjeska Canyon Rd in Silverado, California. The Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9-4pm. Although admission is free, this non-profit wildlife park will gladly accept donations.