Liberty Acres Animal Haven & Equine Rescue
Liberty Acres is a 60-acre farm with rare and endangered domestic and exotic animals. Connect and interact with animals through observations and hands-on experiences. Visit kangaroos, zebra, lemurs, monkeys, capybara, coatimundi, porcupines, armadillos, kinkajous, Patagonia Mauras, camels, llamas, zebu, emu, rhea, ostriches, a large collection of exotic birds, reptiles, and many more. Gem Mining, Scavenger Hunts, Camel Rides, Hands-On Experiences in the Reptile Cabin, and Animal Encounters are offered.
In our reptile cabin, visitors can learn and interact with a variety of reptiles. Meet a blue-tongued skink, a jungle carpet python, a blood python, hognose snakes, iguanas, geckos and a bearded dragon. The reptile cabin is included in general admission.
Guided and self-guided tours and activities are available for families, children, schools, daycare, homeschoolers, plus scout, church, and community groups. Bring your lunch and stay a while! Picnic tables are availble. Call for group rates, private tours, and encounters.
Fostering Love & Respect for Animals through Rescue, Conservation & Education
The Edwards Pheasant (Vietnamese Pheasant), which we raise here on the farm, is the most critically endangered pheasant that is thought to now be extinct in the wild. The World Pheasant Association along with Vietnature, private breeders, and zoos are working toward the breeding and releasing of these captive birds into the wild.
From I-840: Take I-840, Mt Hope Church Rd, Alamance Church Rd and W Greensboro Chapel Hill Rd to Old Dam Rd in Alamance County. Continue on Old Dam Rd. Drive to Stephens Trail.
From US-421: US-421 S to Old Liberty Rd in Randolph County. Take the Old Liberty Rd exit from US-421 S. Take W Swannanoa Ave, Staley Store Rd and Old Dam Rd to Stephens Trail in Alamance County.
10% military, senior citizens, first responders, groups.
Bring a picnic lunch!
Please wear shoes that you don't mind getting dirty.