We went a few weeks ago and we would all like to thank this wonderful park for the opportunity to share such a great experience with our family. Everyone loved the animals, staff, and homey feel of the grounds. The kids were so excited about the trip that they are still talking about it. I still can’t believe that I have lived in South Carolina for more than thirty years and never knew that we had such a great resource available. With this being a no frills, non-profit park their resources are spent on taking care of the animals needs and enrichment. If you are looking for manicured shrubs, paved walkways, and the like you’re in the wrong place. However, if you want interaction with animals, clean enclosures, content animals that have all their needs met, and a staff that loves their jobs this is definitely the place for you.
This was a fun and educational experience for all of us!
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This nearly 100 acre wildlife park, home to nearly 500 animals, is in danger. Right now the Hollywild has an Renew Our Zoo Campaign to save the park.Without significant, widespread, and deep support, Hollywild cannot remain the asset it is and can be.