York's Wild Animal Kingdom
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Each year more than 200,000 people come to visit the largest zoo and amusement park in the area. With exotic animals from around the world, York's Wild Animal Kingdom is recognized for its rare species and knowledgeable curators.
Enjoy a variety of family rides, paddle boats, an 18-hole miniature golf course, a petting zoo, scenic picnic grounds and even a Haunted House.
Educational learning sessions take place throughout the day and a special member of the zoo, Rewa---Maine's only White Bengal Tiger---will amaze and delight the child in everyone!
Don't miss the New Butterfly Kingdom, the elephant rides, (photo op), lions, deer, alligators, and much more. For the daring, you can even get your photo taken with a Boa or a Python on your shoulders.
Check the website for hours as they change over the course of the season.
$4.95 under 3
Rides Only- Unlimited All Day Ride pass All Ages $11
Go-Karts - $3 for one ride, $10 for 4 rides
Camel Rides - $5
Pony Rides - $5
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FROM SOUTH: (Massachusetts or New Hampshire mostly) Take 95 North over the big bridge into Maine. From there you should get off at Exit #7, which says York's and Ogunquit. It is also the last exit before the Maine Turnpike. Then you will want to get onto Route 1 North which is a left at the lights. We are about two miles up on the right. We have a 40-foot sign.
FROM NORTH: (Maine) Take the Maine Turnpike, 95 south, all the way to the last exit on the turnpike, the York exit #7. It is right after the toll booth at the end. After you get off the exit, get onto Route 1 North which is a left at the lights. We are about two miles up on the right. We have a 40-foot sign.
York's Wild Animal Kingdom - Hidden GemWe took our 3 year old and 2 year old twins to this zoo and amusement park last year ...twice! It was a great day. The zoo is one of the best in the Boston area. I consider this close enough to Boston to say that. We live in Revere (minutes from Boston) and got there in 50 minutes! The amusement park alone is NOT reason to go but being next to the zoo it completes the day. BE SURE NOT TO MISS THE ADORABLE SQUARE right behind the amusement park. It has seafood restaurants, a candy shop, ice cream parlors, gift shops and it's an adorable clean little square. Just passed that there is a BEAUTIFUL BEACH with a boardwalk feel. I am determined to stay there for a weekend to make the most of everything. For now we're headed back with a now 4 year old and 3 year old twins. We'll make this an annual tradition for our family for sure! A+
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fun at York Wild Kingdom in Maine
Grade 5 Student - Riverside, DanversWe got at York Wild Kingdom and went on a lot of rides. Some of the rides we went on were the big slide,the mixer,ferris wheel and two fun houses. There was also bummper cars that we went on two times. And some other games and rides that we did not go on or try. After all i had a great time and we will deffintely be there again soon!!!
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