Park Rules

A Safe Visit for Everyone!

We care for the safety and well-being of all visitors and animals, please respect the following rules.

Respect Nature and Animals:

As a visitor to these animals’ homes, do not touch, frighten, or stress animals by shouting, running, or trying to change the animal’s behaviour. Do not litter or throw objects into an animal’s habitat or bang on the enclosure. Our peafowl, waterfowl, and natural wildlife roam free. Do not chase, taunt, or harass them.

Respect Our Boundaries:

For your safety and the safety of the animals, never cross any fences or barriers in the Park. Keep to pathways and do not climb on fences. Animals have teeth, claws, hooves, and beaks which they will use to protect themselves.

Feeding the animals:

Our animals have special diets to ensure their health and well-being. Overfeeding or ingesting human food can make them sick or alter their care. You may only feed designated animals using their coin operated feeders.


All pets are prohibited from the wildlife trails to protect both our animals and yours. Do not leave pets unattended in your vehicles. Animal services will be called if there are signs of distress. Service animals are allowed in the Park with proper certification and identification.

No Unaccompanied Children:

We encourage adventure! However, keep an eye on children to ensure they are always supervised. Any individual under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult when visiting the Park.

No Smoking:

To decrease fire hazards and ensure the safety and health of the animals, the use of any oral smoking device is not permitted other than in designated smoking areas.

Dress Code:

For your safety and the respect of other visitors, clothing and footwear must be worn at all times.

Prohibited Items:

Illegal and controlled substances, alcohol, weapons, drones, bikes and similar equipment, balloons, fireworks/sparklers, noise makers, and other disruptive items to other visitors or animals.

Failure to adhere to these rules may result in immediate removal from the Park and possible further prosecution.