Unusually Fun Time For All Family Members. My husband and I had more fun than we could have imagined. The ostriches and zebras are very curious and not the least bit shy - will come up to and into your vehicle when they realize you have their treats. We drove through once, ate a picnic lunch in the parking lot and then drove through again. Had such a good time am going back in a month and take other family members. It may be a little pricey but we felt well worth the money as the facility is exceptionally maintained.
Roll past exotic and endangered animals..
Visiting the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch reverses the usual zoo setup--the animals run free and the people are caged in cars. A good chunk of fenced land allows the animals to roam undisturbed or, if they choose, visit the cars driving along the paved path, where the critters are certain to find a snack. The friendliest animals linger at the beginning of the tour, including ostriches and llamas, which poke their heads through car windows like presumptuous children in search of candy. Reassuringly, the white rhinoceros and South American jaguar (a former Texas native) can be viewed in their enclosures.
While driving through the safari grounds, guests must remain in their cars. Once outside, visitors can stop near the gift shop to visit the petting zoo and make use of shaded picnic tables. Exotic birds and small animals are displayed there as well.
Best Time Of Our Lives!. We went last summer and drove through the park twice. On the second time, a zebra got real friendly with my husband who did not think when he put the bag of food between his legs while he was driving and had the window down. If I would have had the camcorder on, we would have been on America's Funniest Home Videos! My husband of course does not want to go back but just laugh and say, "Gee, honey, don't you want to visit your girlfriend?"
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