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Maine Wildlife Park

#1 of 5 things to do in Gray Features Animals
56 Game Farm Rd, Gray, ME 04039-6804
+1 207-657-4977
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Moose-tacular Family Adventure

The good - lots of interesting animals (moose, wolf, eagles etc). Self guided and good for kids. We... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Brian K
West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
via mobile
Finally able to see a moose while in Maine

This was our second time visiting Maine and we really wanted to see a moose and figured this would... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
susan m
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
via mobile
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State run wildlife park whose wildlife is permanently injured, human dependent or had been raised in captivity; so cannot be released back into the wild.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good33%
  • Average7%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“wildlife park” (27 reviews)
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Hours Today: 09:30 - 16:30
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
56 Game Farm Rd, Gray, ME 04039-6804
+1 207-657-4977
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The good - lots of interesting animals (moose, wolf, eagles etc). Self guided and good for kids. We happened to be there during a pow wow and enjoyed a powerful cultural event. The bad - ticket line is very slow to get in Overall- great...More

2  Thank Brian K
lisa k, Public Relations Manager at Maine Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

thanks for the nice review! we must clarify, however, that we do not have a wolf exhibit! there are foxes and a coyote, lynx, bobcat and mountain lion, but again, no wolves! thanks again!

Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This was our second time visiting Maine and we really wanted to see a moose and figured this would be the only way. We were not disappointed! All the animals here appeared well cared for, the park was clean and well maintained. The Maine game...More

1  Thank susan m
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a delightful place for people of all ages. I took my nephews, aged 11 and 4, and they were very excited. Bring a snack or picnic lunch and enjoy a couple hours. They have a great assortment of wildlife natural to this state...More

1  Thank doctordame
Reviewed 1 week ago

Went by here with two small children and had a great time. Nice to see local wildlife in the climate they belong in rather than Zoo's with animals not acclimated to Maine.

1  Thank Jeff M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very nice wildlife park to visit. A good variety of native animals from small, unusual (white raccoon) to large (bear, moose, bobcats, lynx etc). Also have birds, owls, peacocks & eagles. The nocturnal area was well done. The animal habitats are all natural settings -...More

1  Thank Sally H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We love moose, however moose are difficult to see. We were in the area so we took in the park and we were not disappointed. The trails are well kept and the animals appear to be well cared for.

1  Thank rogervin
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Moose. Black Bears. Cougars. Fisher Cats. Lynx. Nice walking small park. Well done took 11/2 hours leisurely. Really can see the animals. Nice plantings. Low key. Very fun and relaxing... and moose!

1  Thank Connecticut-MD
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is great place with a variety of bird and animals. Our fav was the moose as we were in Maine. They only take cash so for the three of us it was $21. There is plenty of parking. The gps took us to the...More

1  Thank Arch L
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have finally seen a moose in Maine! This is a sweet park, just big enough. There are moose, coyote, fox, a Bald Eagle, owls, peacocks. The animals here were either hurt or orphaned, then brought to live here. No cages, just natural settings. Wonderful...More

1  Thank NanSea03
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had 2 goals on my Maine vacation with toddlers. Eat lobster and see a moose. Some would say it's cheating, but my wife wouldn't let me strap the kids on and wonder through the woods looking for them. This place was our (my wife's)...More

1  Thank James282988
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Ralph R
24 December 2016|
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Response from lisa k | Property representative |
the original 'game farm' opened in the 1940s as a pheasant rearing facility. wild orphaned and injured wildlife were housed here over the years. pheasant-rearing was phased out in the 70s and the facility was turned into a... More
17 August 2016|
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Response from Alik G | Reviewed this property |
Not too much. Maybe a mile or so. And there are benches everywhere if you need to take a break
22 September 2015|
Response from lisa k | Property representative |
the wildlife park closes for the 2015 season on Nov.11