Black Isle Wildlife & Country Park (Drumsmittal, Ross-shire) Reviews
Customer Black Isle Wildlife & Country Park (Drumsmittal, Ross-shire) Reviews (1)
by Allan Law - written on 15/05/10
in a few words...don't go!!! Was there today and the place is a mess!! I would have thought that over the winter months they might have tidied the park up and sorted out the fencing or at least even cleaned the habitats of the animals out...evidentally not..the place is a disgusting mess. Those poor animals. Whoever owns this place is a disgrace to themselves and the area. Charging £15 for one adult and child is disgusting for what we saw today. Even the childs play area looks like it's been reclaimed, my 8 year old sat on what looked like newish swing sets....eh..fix them into the ground properly!!! Saw a fair few animals that were limping around or just looked miserable....as I say DON'T GO, give your £15 to the RSPCA who might actually shut this horrid place down.
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