Here is what they say about the zoo on their website…
Lee Crutchfield is on a mission to rescue animals in need. He currently holds a license for up to 500 animals, although Aloha Safari Zoo tops out at about 300. Lee works non stop to provide animals a refuge where they can peacefully live out the remainder of their lives. About 300 animals of various species, most exotic, have found a sanctuary in an educational zoo that Crutchfield, his family and a small team of dedicated individuals have labored to create. The zoo is over 60-acres and opened to the public January 2010.
Caleb loved the tiger cub..
We spent time at the playground and then had a nice picnic lunch.
Get out and go on an adventure…
Enjoy Your World!