From the minute my grandkids walked into the Bear Den, we couldn't have been more pleased - hands on petting area with a Lemur welcoming us, hopping around, to the baby chicks my grand-daughter thought were just the cutest! The owners are friendly, hands on kind of people - the farm is well laid out and well taken care of, from the cages to the flower beds as you walk down the sand paths - we love it, and the kids can't wait to go back - thank you!! And, our 2 1/2 year old grandson loved the hayride into the woods!!
I like the animals. There big ? I also like the guy with the beard. Theres lots of trees around that place. Its so nice . Plus all the animals seem to like me. thats wonderful. I recomend this place for everybody looking for something.
I love the Bear Den because they give the chance to have an awesome experience. I suggest that you go. And for $6 thats a real deal! I go whenever I can. I also love the Haunted Hay Ride they have in October. I went on it 10 times last year.
This was the cleanest petting zoo we'd ever visited. They literally have a guy walking around behind the animals with a shovel to pick up any waste. I've been three times with my family and friends . It's one of those places where you can really get in and touch the various pets and to pick up baby rabbits or kittens, etc. was neat too.
We are told these animals were all house raised when they were young. EVEN THE BEAR! Nothing like it as far as that goes.
Driving up to the Bear Den Petting Zoo, I was a little hesitant. However, upon entering we were pleasantly surprised. The animals seemed to be very well cared for. They looked very healthy and their cages were very clean. It seems each animal receives a lot of personal attention. The guided tour is very informative. The children were able to safely interact many different animals. They have quite a variety. Everyone gets a hayride and the children get a pony ride. If you go later in the fall, they have pumpkins to pick during the hayride.
I've been a regular at Bear Den for years! I think sometimes I'm more excited than my Kids or Grandchildren. I've had a baby Lemur sit on my head, held a baby porcupine,bottle fed a few day old fawn,held countless baby chicks, ducks, bunnies, pigs, hedge hogs, a wallaby and last year, they had a baby reigndeer. You can also see a Bear, Tiger, Bobcat, Wolves, Cyotes, Skunk, Deer, Goats, Emu, Fox, and the list goes on. Every year, there is something new. This is great for both kids and adults, as even the animals you can't touch, are only a few feet away from you. There is free parking, the place is always clean and the people are very friendly. When you arrive, there are tubs up front, with a variety of babies you can pet or hold if you want to. There is a guide to walk you through the rest of the zoo. The tour is very informative,and I always learn something. It is not by any means "cheep" to keep these animals fed and healthy. The $6. entry fee, I feel, is more than fair. Finally, a break in the rain. Can't wait to get out there this Sunday!!!
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