Salato Wildlife Education Center

4.758 Votes
  • Address: 1 Sportsman's Ln, Frankfort, KY 40601, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-5025647863
  • Tags: Zoo, Family And Kids

The Salato Wildlife Education Center managed by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will offer you a number of animal exhibits along with nature trails, fishing lakes and, picnic shelter. Mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, predators, birds of prey, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, along with threatened and endangered species are here for display. Bison, Bald Eagle, Wild Turkeys, Black Bear, Bobcats, Elks, and White-tailed Deer are some of the animals you will find here. You can also explore the Backyard Wildlife Viewing Area, Cove Forest, Bluegrass Prairie Exhibit, Dragonfly Marsh, Oak Hickory Forest, Wet Meadow, Raptor Aviary and Weathering Area, and the Living Stream full of aquatic animals. The picnic shelters are equipped with picnic tables, charcoal grills, and a large fishing lake. Enjoy a day with the animals and exploring their natural habitats.

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  • Salato Wildlife Education Center Address: 1 Sportsman's Ln, Frankfort, KY 40601, USA, United States
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  • I’ve gone here since I was a kid and loved bringing my nephews here. Some things have been added which is nice but as nature may go, I was sad to see the dragonfly marsh pretty much dried up. That was one of my favorite spots as a child. Great place to go to see some interesting animals and learn a lot.

  • Loved this experience. It's not overwhelming and very beautiful and educational. The entrance fee isn't much and they have plenty opportunity for walking trails. All the animals were outside and playing and the streams were gorgeous!

  • The price is reasonable and it is an educational for kids of all ages. It isn't a zoo so don't expect a large variety of exotic animals it is filled with local wildlife. It makes a nice day especially if you pack a meal and a fishing pole for trip.

  • Absolutely love this place! My 4 year old and I visited and it was only 5$ for everything. Loved it so much we've been back 3 times in the past week and got the yearly membership. Very clean,organized,the animals look great and well fed,and the staff is super nice.

  • It is a great place for a (half) Saturday or Sunday with kids. It is not crowd so very enjoyable. A lot of animals to see, wildlife and educational activities. Also shelters to stay and to celebrate kids parties. Plenty areas to fishing. And good prices, $5 for adults and $3 for kids. I did not remember any place to buy food other than a drinks machine and water fountains, so make sure to bring you food to enjoy the day. Ah, you can hiking too.

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