Hollywild Animal Park
Hollywild Animal Park
Located near Spartanburg, Greer, and Greenville you will find one of the most fun activities for everyone in the family. Hollywood Animal Park is more than a zoo. It is also a safari ride where the animals will run up to eat out of your hand. These are wild animals that are very tame and friendly. Emus, deer, bison, llamas, and zebras are just a few of the new 'friends' you will make. Your tour bus driver will point out many of the special animals you can locate while in Hollywild's "Outback". However, most of them will be coming to eat out of your hand.
Grab a bag of food and walk around the regular park area to see many more animals, many of whom will come to greet you at the fence. These animals like people and like the interaction. They don't run hide when you come by, the run to see all the people. Some of these animals have been featured in films and commercials. Do you recognize them? Enjoy the primates, lions, tigers, and elephants. Be sure to feed the fish in the pond. The animals are just waiting to see you.
This is an interactive animal park, so be ready to have some fun and see some wonderful animals. Hollywild Animal Park is a non-profit organization, and all proceed form your visit directly benefit the animals here. It is the goal of the park to continue to enrich the animals environment while providing you with many opportunities for education and enjoyment.
Hollywild was so cool. I loved feeding the animals. Even though I got nipped a few times by the emus! Just make sure you take off any rings or bracelets. Feeding the buffalo was cool. Their tongue feels weird. If you throw a piece of bread in the little pond it would be attacked by catfish, until the ducks got there and ate the bread. A bagel or English muffin would last only a minute or so.
In the area you walk around there was a pretty little leopard. And some beautiful gray wolves as well. There was a cage with a wolf and lion together. They were best friends. The lion would sit there and the wolf would run around in circles. There was also a horse that was in 'The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking'.
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