It’s a giant tourist trap, I went to the riverside wildlife center near the Meramac Caverns and it was so much cleaner and nicer than this. I am not trying to bash on this business but it felt like a waste of money.
They are going out of business and will probably be closed before the end of this year.
This place is absolutely beautiful, the gift store is a gift itself and I would love to go here again. We arrived at 9am when they opened and we weren’t charged entry fees. We were the first ones to be severed at their little tea store. Turns out when we were walking out they were going to start charging people which was at around 10:00am
I’m slightly disappointed in the fact I didn’t know that parking had to be reserved... $8 for a “regular” car and than don’t forget it’s $15 per adult (16 or older) or you can take the shuttle and it is $3 per adult (15 or older) and when younger than 15 is free. I arrived at 11:30 and parking wasn’t available until 2:30-3:00... my hotel was 6 hours away and I was not driving late so I did not end up going, from what I drove it looked quite amazing but I sadly could not go.
Sweetest old women that runs it.
No building is here anyone
IS OPEN, The now owner George is super sweet and has refreshments for anyone! You can “Poke around” as he said and take pictures. I would 100% go again.
It’s an abandoned building in the middle of nowhere
*CLOSED* it no longer is in business, and has since been removed and the now new owner is trying to make it a new stop.