Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge

4.8200 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
  • Address: 10525 Clapp Simms Duda Rd, Orlando, FL 32832, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4075685138
  • Ticket Price: 5 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Wildlife Park, Family And Kids, Nature

As the name suggests, the Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge is one destination for nature lovers and people who wish to see the wildlife. There is a noble cause that supports the beauty of this place. It is dedicated to the Rescue, Raise, Rehabilitate and Release of Central Florida's injured and orphaned native wildlife. So while you are in Orlando, make a journey to this most beautiful open park to interact with the wildlife and other flora and fauna.

Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge Travel Tips

  • Staff Guided tours by appointment only.

Entrance Ticket Details For Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge

  • Private Tours: $50 minimum (If less than 10 people)

Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge Hours

  • Closed on all Major Holidays.
  • Group and Private Guided Tour Scheduling Hours: Tuesday–Sunday: 10am-3pm

How to Reach Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge

  • Rent a car from city centre.

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  • Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge Address: 10525 Clapp Simms Duda Rd, Orlando, FL 32832, United States
  • Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge Contact Number: +1-4075685138
  • Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge Timing: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge Price: 5 USD
  • Best time to visit Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge(preferred time): 09:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 1.47% of people who visit Orlando include Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge

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Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge Reviews & Ratings

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  • One morning discovered a baby duckling outside my cousin’s apartment complex. Not exactly sure what to do or the correct steps to be taken, I drove to petco hoping they would be able to assist me. At first they said maybe an animal shelter, until the manager walked up and recommended Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge. Pulling it up on google maps it was a drive, not going to lie there but it was worth it. Once I pulled up parked my car and walked the little guy who was shivering in the 80 degree weather in Orlando, FL I knew I had to be haste. So quickening my stride I pounded the door only to see a button to ring. I was quickly connected with a woman who I explained the situation. Only waiting maybe a minute another young woman greeted me. She looked inside the cardboard box, where the little one was sitting. She asked me a great deal of questions and I knew she truly cared about this baby duckling. I filled out some paperwork and made sure it was all good. This place was beautiful and open spaced. A perfect place for the wildlife who have been abandoned or lost to find their way back to nature.

  • I attended Owloween and my family had a great time! One of the buildings was turned into a Halloween themed "haunted" house where vistiors could learn about many of the resident animals. We were able to meet an injured owl who is being rehabilitated by the Refuge. There were food trucks, vendors, live entertainment, and decorated areas to take themed photos. The event was heavily staffed with friendly volunteers. I'm looking forward to future events hosted by this organization.

  • Beautiful place to visit. The animals are well cared for and the staff is so passionate about what they are trying to do here. Come out and show your support!

  • Highly recommend visiting! The service they provide is essential and should not be under appreciated! Keep up the the amazing work!

  • Visited briefly on a suffocatingly hot August day with my grandson. A small facility obviously very well cared for, and with such a good mission. We were greeted by a pair of Sandhill cranes who seemed very curious about the featherless two-legged beings but did not startle or flee from us. Many animals resting in their shady shelters, but we saw an emu, red-tailed hawk, lemur and turkey vulture. The air was full of butterflies as most of the plantings attract pollinators. The facility has a number of beehives as well. I was very taken by this earnest enterprise and encourage everyone to visit and support it.

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