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Long Island Game Farm Manorville

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Long Island Game Farm
Chapman Boulevard
Manorville
NY
11949
Tel: (631) 878-6644

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The Long Island Game Farm Wildlife and Children's Zoo features hundreds of animals, including an 18-foot giraffe, red kangaroos, kinkajous, cougars, Barbados sheep, peacocks, and the only lemurs born and bred on Long Island. We have various breeds of monkeys, buffalo, colorful parrots, zebra, aoudads, camels, ostrich, alligator, and much more.
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    I went today, with the whole family ! I fed the giraffe aka Clifford is awesome. And went on a few rides and I saw Erik's show. And the dog show with the monkey ! So fun we saw all the animals you could think of... From the safari,jungle and farms and the dessert islands. I think you should visit this place. It is good for all people and families. They let you feed the animals ! Too.

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    I just spent the day here today and found the place not the same as the last time I was here. (15 or 20 yrs ago) This game farm needs severe updating, there are few less animals and the cages need to be either upgraded or changed. I liked the Llamas and sheep. This is a great place to bring children to 4 to 10 yrs old. I see how children's eyes light up being able to feed the animals and interact (isn't that what these places are for?.. teaching children about the wonders of the wild animal world.

    However, the park seems to be in disarray, to me...Read More

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    My toddler loved it and that's enough to earn 5 stars

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    I went here a long time time ago. They have many animals and the best attraction is the tiger show. They also give discounts for elderly and disabled ppl.

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    My children and ourselves had a great time here. you can pet the deer/goats/lamas etc, also go on pony rides for $5. The rides are cute. This is a place for small children, everything is worthwhile when you see their eyes light up and those big smiles on their faces.

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by B Glavin

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I just spent the day here today and found the place not the same as the last time I was here. (15 or 20 yrs ago) This game farm needs severe updating, there are few less animals and the cages need to be either upgraded or changed. I liked the Llamas and sheep. This is a great place to bring children to 4 to 10 yrs old. I see how children's eyes light up being able to feed the animals and interact (isn't that what these places are for?.. teaching children about the wonders of the wild animal world.

However, the park seems to be in disarray, to me and my guest, it seems as if the park itself is being neglected (there are so many unused cages that nature took back (with over growth of fauna and foliage)
The park is not at all pristine or upgraded, there are fewer animals then previous years, not sure why this is. My guest and I noticed cages (or what used to be enclosures that were competly emptied and totally over grown one was a concrete circle that used to have a iron cage on top (but the cage is no longer on it, just has the iron rods in a circle) It looks like the owners no longer want to run this game farm, surprisingly the Long Island game farm rescued the Mountain Lion from the now "closed" Catskill Game farm (that was the best game farm in the state of NY, bar none)

This game farm needs a severe face lift, upgrading the facility to bring it into the tech world and increasing the amount of wild animals ( like including black bears, like the Catskill Game farm, since they closed according to the fact that they were advised to upgrade their game farm but the cost was beyond what they could afford to do it.. and with low attendance and growing overhead costs they closed I fear this Long Island Game Farm is going to be the next one to go, if nothing is done rt

The visit at the Long Island Game Farm today (44th year anniversay 2013) and compared to my last visit to the Catskill Game Farm (summer of 2006) the Catskill game farm in its last few months of operation was much more fun then the Long Island Game farm today,

But it's still a great place to bring smaller children. There is also a new petting zoo just a few miles from the game farm that is a little cheaper, but expanding it's facility yearly and could surpass the game farm,

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