If you plan to travel anywhere near Wynnewood, Oklahoma, then you must take the time to stop and visit the GW Exotic Animal Park. Here you will find more than 16 acres of exotic animals including monkeys and bears, lions and tigers, leopards and reptiles, and many more. Quite a few Midwestern animals like bobcats, wolves, and fox may be found at the Animal Park as well as traditional farm animals. Visiting here is like taking a tour of the world’s animals because there are so many different creatures from different parts of the earth. Animal lovers will fall in love with this park and the many animals on display here.
This is not just an animal viewing park, however. Many of the creatures at the GW Exotic Animal Park have been rescued from private owners who did not know how to care for the animals or due to laws that ban exotic animals. The Animal Park does not just showcase many exotic animals to visitors, but also helps exotic animals after they have been mistreated or abused.
The park hours are seven days a week from 9 am until 7 pm. Winter hours are Monday through Thursday from 8 am until 6 pm and weekends 8 am until 7 pm.
Those who really want to get an experience like none other may choose to camp in the park or rent a cabin. Cabins are great for families who appreciate a bed to sleep in and their privacy. It is still quite easy to hear all of the animals at night, however. Cabins cost $ 120 per night. Tent camping is also available for those who want to rough it. This costs $ 11 per adult and $ 5 per child. This does not include entrance into the park.
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By Robert W. Benjamin
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