Newest Drive-Thru Wildlife Park Perfect for Summer Fun
Now that the summer season is upon us a lot of you may be looking for ways to save money and do a staycation this year due to the rising gas prices. You won't have to travel too far.
Keeping the kids active is a must and what better way to make memories than with a short road trip to Busy B Ranch and Wildlife Park, the newest and largest Drive-Thru Wildlife Park in East Texas that just opened earlier this year.
This will be a drive-thru experience like no other on this sprawling 125-acre ranch surrounded by beautiful trees, lots of scenery, and of course, a large variety of over 400 native and exotic animal species that will come right up to your window.
Busy B Wildlife Park and Ranch are located on one of the highest points in Marion County with three miles of cleared roadway. You can even ride in a covered trailer if you prefer not to drive thru the park.
You will feel just like Dr, Doolittle and find yourself talking to the animals.
There's even a petting zoo at Busy B where you can interact even more with the animals.
Animals You'll See
African Spurred Tortoise
Miniature Dwarf Goat
Miniature Potbelly Pig
Nigerian Dwarf Goat
Painted Desert Sheep
Red Golden Pheasant
The owners Jason and Teresa Bonner promise that they will continue to add more animals on a regular basis in order to make this a one-of-kind experience for years to come. And they love showing off their new fur babies too on a regular basis.
Busy B also offers Birthday Party Packages, School Group Field Trips, and a gift shop.
Relax and enjoy staying at one of their three beautiful Airbnb log cabins on an 11-acre private lake.
The Bonners Welcome you to Busy B Ranch and Wildlife Park
This summer it's going to be worth the drive from Texarkana or anywhere in the four-state area to check out the newly opened Busy B Ranch and Wildlife Park at 1100 West Prospect Road near Jefferson.
Please visit their website or Facebook page for updates and special events.
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