Very friendly and accommodated a request immediately. Look for to a visit with more family in the future!
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We came from Atlanta with a Groupon and glad we did. The show was so much fun. The place is very well kept and clean. the Animals seem to be well taken care of and the landscape is beautiful.Enjoyed all the exhibits and felt it...More
You can see a variety of creatures. There are reptiles, amphibians, small mammals. You can buy a bag of food to feed goats, sheep, emus, llamas and donkey. One of the caregivers was feeding the serval cats in their glass enclosure. Very interesting to see...More
Had a great time here, all the animals were active and happy which is a great thing. Worth the money and had a show with jungle Jim that was good Time for all. He was hilarious and very knowledgable. I would recommend this for an...More
At first we thought it was a nice place, but then the smell of urine and the conditions of some of the animals were very sad. If you are looking to see unusual animals thats fine but, they are not kept very well.
I recently took my 11 year old to Rainforest Adventures. This was my second time here since my daughter went with her school 5 years ago. It is a great place and so much fun seeing the animals. We enjoyed watching the lemurs, birds and...More
I loved this place. We did the groupon, 2 tickets and a bag of feed. You want the feed! The animals went nuts over it. Loved the monkeys! This was probably my favorite place we went for the money.
The smell was horrible. The cages were not clean and were way to small for animals outside. Animals that were outside were in mud with no dry area to lay in. The goats acted like they were starved. Too many in the area they were...More
What a great place to take your family while in the Pigeon Forge area! You can purchase bags of feed for feeding the hungry llamas, sheep and goats, they were all anxious and ready to eat!! The animals all appear to be well kept. There...More