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    Lovely place. Different animals and good staff. A full day fun for kids and adults.

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    The family went there in the summer of 2013 and we enjoyed seeing North American wildlife up close and personal like the grizzlies frolicking during feeding times, majestic apex predator birds of prey and other species. They need to drop their admission prices but overall it is a well maintained and clean tourist stop. It was almost impossible to see the cougar (puma, mountain lion) as its habitat was covered in tall foilage and they need a better viewing pod of this carnivore. Overall it was a good stop for 2-3 hours for all ages and other wild animal zoos and wildlife centers could learn from this facility.

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    The campfires really highlighted our three visits to the Wildlights festival. The campfires are integral to Wildlights. Again next year we’ll plan our visit so that the campfires are halfway through our journey of 600,000 lights. Nothing like sipping a hot chocolate by the supervised/regulated campfire. The campfire experience is special and greatly enhances our love for the Wildlights experience. The Kamloops Wildlights experience beats out those from other Zoos — well done everyone.

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    For nearly two decades we recommend this unique park to all our guests travelling on the Trans Canada to meet animals they might not see on their trip. Our son Tobias (had stayed at the sanctuary near Smithers too) also learned about First Nations (music). Bravo to owners and staff!Rene, Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Inn and Wedding Chapel, Revelstoke

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    Great family place! Loved the birds of prey show and the grizzly bears! Can’t wait to come back to see the Spirit bear!