On The Wildside
animals on the planet. Living Treasures Wild Animal
Park has more than 300 animals for you to meet
at Living Treasures in the Laurel Highlands!
Baby sloth, baby marmosets, baby aoudad,
baby camels, baby Patagonian cavy,
baby porcupine, and many more!
@ Log Cabin Lodge & Suites
Wild Animal Park
Suitable For All Ages
Plan To Spend: 2-3 Hours
Trip Type: Educational Family Fun
Living Treasures Wild Animal Park
Great time with the grandbaby. Seen a young couple on a date. A nice place for young and old. Just having the opportunity to interact with the animals makes it a good time for everyone. Animals were well kept, gentle, and not overly handled. We took cash there’s no credit fee with cash. Social distance was evident and masks were worn by most people. We had a good time looking forward to returning some day.
This place is wonderful! The exhibits are nicely laid out and there is a wide variety of animals to see. Decently sized park that is very easy to walk around.
Very cool place. The interaction with the animals is something on a level we have not done before. One bag of carrots each and we had fun interacting and hugging and petting and feeding animals for the entire visit. We did not expect this to be inside of a residential neighborhood but the layout out and the experience was top notch.
LODGE AND SUITES
Room Types: 12
Pet Friendly?: Yes