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Two Rivers Wildlife Park Winter Frolic

4581 Grand Mira North Rd., Huntingon

902-727-2483



Two Rivers Wildlife Park:

– The park is 500-acres and is run by the community

– The park is located where the Salmon River meets the Mira River in Huntington

– The park first opened its doors in 1981. The province ran the park, which at the time was operated on a seasonal basis only.

– In 1995, the Department of Natural Resources ceases operation of the park, that’s when a not-for-profit community group formed to manage the facility

– The park is open 364 days a year. The only day the park is closed is on Christmas Day

– The facility features more than 50 species including birds, farm animals and Canadian wildlife

– The park is open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. during the winter months. Hours are extended during the summer months

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