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Lions, Tigers & Bears, Alpine

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  • Lions Tigers and Bears has long been on our bucket list..We went for our 36th anniversary and did the Feed a Wild One experience. Our guide was Michelle and she was excellent. She is very knowledgeabl...  more »
  • Awesome place! Staff are very friendly and knowledgeable. Exotic animals are rescued from unsafe, unsanitary, unhealthy conditions and provided a safe environment in which to roam, healthy diet and me...  more »
  • Absolutely loved my time at Lions, Tigers and Bears. It was such an informative visit and is perfect for any animal lover. It really solidified my opinion of how we should care for all animals and not...  more »
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  • A must see nonprofit organization. Large open sanctuary with animals that are well cared for. The volunteers are so dedicated & love their roles. Stories of how the owners are trying to save lives of the abused. They count on folks to support them with food, supplies, volunteering & money to keep this sanctuary running. Clean, well organized and informative. You can pay extra to feed the animals, stay overnight at their cabin, have a wedding, party or event. All money goes to support this establishment; they receive no federal funding therefore count on us for help.
  • Just an amazing organization. They do not pay for ANY of their animals, they are all rescues. The grounds and staff are fantastic and the animals are extremely well treated and given proper environments. They are fully certified. They offer private tours where you can personally feed the animals before the park opens and I can say it was one of the most memorable experiences we have had.
  • This place is unbelievably amazing. A group of us went as a birthday present for my mil. Not only are they helping countless animals who were rescued from shady traveling circus groups, smugglers, breeders, and home owners. Almost everyone who works here is a volunteer which speaks volumes about the work they're doing. If you buy certain packages you actually get to feed one of the animals. They trek you about the history of the animals, the situation with wild animals inn this country and throughout the world, and what people can do to help. Please visit. Please educate yourselves. Please donate to hep save more of these amazing animals. And please, please, please stop visiting or supporting dishonest and horrific roadside "zoos" where you can pet baby tigers (lions, bears, etc.) because your money and patronage helps fund their abuse of animals. And please (for the live of all things holy) do NOT buy a wild animal as a pet. You'd think that would be common sense but apparently not. This place is amazing for young and old, and I can't recommend it enough.
  • SO educational! Alyssa, the volunteer coordinator, was our guide today. She was very knowledgeable and personable. We met Bobby, the owner at the start of the experience. They're doing GREAT things here rescuing neglected and abandoned animals!
  • This is a great experience to see beautiful animals and also learn about the problems that require this kind of sanctuary. It is not a zoo. The staff has amazing stories to tell and they all have a happy ending. Go see this place - truly fascinating.

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