Scales Nature Park

4.89 Votes
  • Address: 82 Line 15 S, Oro-Medonte, ON L3V 8H9, Canada, Forest Home
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  • Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7053272808
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

A nature park that conserves reptiles, fish and other habitats is where you must go if you an animal lover. Scales Nature Park is the only park in Forest Home which is conveniently located at a distance. A 21-hectare conservation area, the nature park offers you and your kids a fun filled day with adventurous activities. At the nature centre, you are allowed to handle reptiles, amphibians and also briefed about its existence. Featuring multiple exhibits and educational tours, school groups are also welcomed from around the world. Since, this is an outdoor program, you can also indulge in one day camps to enjoy the nature trails. The conservation area also features a small shop if you’d like to buy some souvenirs.

  • Scales Nature Park Address: 82 Line 15 S, Oro-Medonte, ON L3V 8H9, Canada, Forest Home
  • Scales Nature Park Contact Number: +1-7053272808
  • Scales Nature Park Timing: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Scales Nature Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • Scales is truly the best reptile experience! My son absolutely loved visiting Scales! A staff member walked around with us providing education and bringing different reptiles out for the kids to touch and hold. My son was 3 and obsessed with snakes so he was absolutely thrilled to have a snake in his hands/around his neck. There is no other centre like this for reptiles! Such a worthwhile experience for our family and I love telling others about this place! I've told all my friends who absolutely loved this place. Here is my son (now 6) back again at the coolest spot!

  • It was a great experience. Staff was very helpful. They spent time to explain each animal. They took out corn snake and some other snakes so that we can hold & pet them. We also had a chance to pet an Iguana. It was nice to see which animals are local. They emphasized which snakes live in Canada. It was winter time and the pond was frozen. We are planning to visit them in summer. Don't forget! There is an upper level. They have snake skins and turtle scales there. Family pass costs $40 one time.

  • Wow! So many amazing animals and our tour guide, Sarah was so knowledgeable! 12 out of 10. Highly recommended.

  • I took my 3 year old gr daughter Wow I am so impressed .The gal that was our guide should be a teacher.Wonderful experience and a good insight on the reptiles .turtles etc. THANK YOU

  • Grate place lots of interesting things to see from around Ontario. Vary friendly and knowledgeable

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