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Gray - Maine Wildlife Park

56 Game Farm Road

Many of the animals at the Maine Wildlife Park were brought here because they were injured or orphaned, or because they were human dependent - raised, sometimes illegally, in captivity. The Park serves as a permanent home for wildlife that cannot survive in the Wild. All kinds of animals are here for their protection and healing. And they're here for you to enjoy and learn more about.


Heather Neal

Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017
Small but peaceful. A lot of animals stayed hidden, but I was grateful they had appropriate habitats that allowed them to do that. Because the animals are mainly rescues, we saw some interesting animals including a piebald deer and an albino raccoon. We were especially impressed with the close up views of eagles and moose.

Michael Miller

Monday, Aug. 28, 2017
Reasonable price. Great for families. Educational. Nice exhibits. Of course, you can't expect the animals to put on a "show" but you can see many of them.

Vanessa Jones

Thursday, June 22, 2017
Really enjoyed going here with my family. We loved seeing the animals. However, several of the displays seemed a bit small and not all were very clean. I would recommend and maybe we went on an off day. The big animals were great and they looked to have plenty of space.

John Holmberg

Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017
Nature is so nice here. You get to learn about the Maine wildlife and what this wonderful place does to nurse injured animals back to good health.

AJ Durling

Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017
Great day out, with some really interesting local wildlife. Good facilities onsite, including free parking, cafe, gift shop, bathrooms. Good value for money.

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