1. Richard Iddings

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    The cafe is terrible; if we would have skipped the cafe I would be giving this place 4-stars. I’ll start with the positives… The animal exhibits were nice, the park is very well maintained, and the park staff was friendly. At less than $20 per person it was a good value. The tram was fantastic.The cafe on the other hand didn’t match the park experience. Terribly overpriced for what you’re getting and customer service was shockingly bad. The $9 cheesebuger is cafeteria quality at best and any produce (lettuce, tomato, onion) is an extra $0.50… They made a mistake and only brewed sweetened tea the day we visited; my wife wanted unsweetened tea so asked for a refund on her beverage order, this request was met with digust from the manager who in turn treated my wife extremely poorly. I find it odd they don’t provide straws or lids (you know, to protect the animals) yet they have no issues giving you apples in plastic bags, using plastic coated paper cups, plastic flatware, and a multitude of other poorly gradeable products. Lets me honest – they don’t provide lids or straws because they want to save money while charging customers the maximum they think they can get. Use paper straws (like the Monterey Bay Aquarium) if you care so much about the environment – but based on the everything else the cafe provides, I can deduce they really don’t care and only use it as an excuse.Bottom line, preserve a positive experience and skip the cafe… The rest of the park is gem.

  2. Wyatt Delahunt

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    Great outdoor experience. You can really spend all day there. Much more enjoyable than a traditional zoo to me. The otters are so great.

  3. Muath RMA

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    That big place.It was nice tour. but there are two things I want they to fix. The animals in this park are little.and the food is so bad there.

  4. Wesley Fouse

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    Awesome my daughter, her friends and dad go at least 3 to 5 times a year it’s always fun and beautiful and also inexpensive considering the money goes back into wildlife conservation! #FNAWESOME #

  5. Columbia Crest A-S.T.E.M. Academy

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    Our students have enjoyed having Jessica Moore out to teach the process and benefits of nature mapping. They practiced citizen science as they went out to the field and collected data that was input into a national database. We are thrilled to visit the park in May for our cumulative field trip!