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The live animal exhibit trail and hiking trails are currently OPEN daily, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last trail admission at 3:30 p.m.)
We visited a few years ago but it was blazing hot with high humidity :-( Despite that, we were very impressed and always planned to return at a future point when the weather was more agreeable! The animals were well-cared for, the staff was friendly and knowledgeable and the trails/exhibits were wonderful. We couldn't even explore it all because it was too hot for us! So happy to say that we are vacationing in NH next week and cannot wait to return as the weather looks more reasonable for outdoor adventures!
It's a beautiful walk and the animals and exhibits are great. There were great hands on activities and even a playground about halfway through. Went with kids in age from 4 to 10 and they all had fun. Adults had fun too! I recommend bringing water and food. Just be aware that you can't eat on the trail, but there's a specific spot that you're allowed to stop and eat. We'll be back!
Lovely place even for a drizzly day. Several exhibits were closed (near, otter, a few of the raptor enclosures) which was kind of a bummer but it was nice. The grounds are gorgeous and everything is clean and well marked. A great place for kids to learn about the natural world - a lot of hands on activities.
Very nice place, clean and informative. Different from other places - lots for kids to learn hands on. I was a little apprehensive due to the cost and not many animals but felt like it was worth every penny. I would recommend packing a lunch and taking advantage of the trails - make a full day out of it.
Beautiful trails to hike, wonderful natural habitats for the animals! Love to spend time there; it's always so peaceful. Love the Howling Coyote gift shop, too!
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