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school field trips

Thank you for your interest in a field trip at Wendt’s Wildlife Adventure!  When you bring your school group to our family-owned Wildlife park, your students & staff will have a hands-on educational experience with many animals from around the world.  Mostly self-guided, you will see our indoor exhibits with animals such as the sloths, bunnies, reptiles, turtles & more.  Then you will head outdoors where we have a large variety of animals such as kangaroos, camels, parrots, cattle, alpacas, donkeys, and more.  Included in your visit is entrance to the parakeet encounter.  Your students can spend some time at the playground, and if the teachers are game, they can also explore Brushy Creek that runs through the grounds.  Your group will also take a walk up to the Daniel Boone Cabin Historic Site for a self-guided tour. 

Sound good to you? Get all the details, then get started reserving your date!

Field Trips
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Birthdays

birthdays, family events and company picnics

Looking to make that next big event extra-special? Add in some animals by planning it at WWA! We offer special rates for large groups.

 

Details:

  • Reservations are required.

  • Rental is reserved for 2 hours, plus 30 minutes before to set up and 15 minutes after for cleanup.  Times available: 11:00am and 2:00pm.

  • All guests may enjoy the wildlife park for as long as they wish between 10am and 5pm.

  • Picnic tables are provided.

  • You may bring food, cake, drinks and decorations.

  • Price is $100+tax and admission for each guest at the discounted cost of $9.99+tax per person.

  • For birthday parties, the guest of honor's visit is free!

 

Included with Party Rental Package:

  • Parakeet Encounter

  • Playground

 

Animal food may be added for an extra fee.

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special events

Keep Wendt's in mind when planning your celebrations in 2024!  We have special events each Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Father's Day and Labor Day. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter so you'll always know the latest news.

Park Events
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