Excepting Appointments for January.
February open Sat & Sun 11am-4pm
As we look back and reflect on 2017 we have to thank the stars we pulled through. 2017 started off with the worst winter storm this area has ever seen. In just a few hours 5 feet of heavy wet snow poured down in us. We lost landscaping, fences collapsed, enclosures fell down, staff worked day and night just to keep up so our animals were safe. Just as we thought it was cleared a few weeks later another several feet of snow dumped down and it was time to dig out yet again. Long hard days we spent rebuilding all that was destroyed. But we pulled through and got it done in time for our February opening. With spring came the rains, as the saying goes "April showers bring May Flowers" And with that by May we had made some much needed improvements to the park. Water features were added, new enclosures for some of the cats, landscaping and safety railings throughout the park to allow the guest to enjoy more of the facility. As the clouds parted summer came and we were off and rolling hitting record guest counts. Though all the snow and rain was not enough to pull Oregon out of a 4 year drought and the fires started. As Oregon was set a blaze we were covered in the smoke. The Chetco bar fire creeped its way toward the park putting us on the highest evacuation level. Once again the staff worked long hard hours to ensure we would be able to evacuate the animals safely. Facilities up and down the west coast were all on stand by to give our cats a temporary home if needed. Luck was on our side as the wonderful fire crews were able to hold the fire lines just a few miles away from the park. Still on high alert we could breath a sigh of relief. Many other things happened in 2017 sadly we had to say goodbye to a few of our cats as they quietly passed to the rainbow bridge. But we also have the sounds of little kitten feet running around with the arrivals of a baby cougar, lynx and bob cat. We celebrated the 23rd birthday of our tiger Sasha, and the 2nd birthday of our baby tiger Petra (milestone, she's and adult now). With 2018 just hours away we are looking forward to doing even more. We are doing some breeding in hopes for late spring babies, we will be building new enclosures and hope to add new animals to our park for everyone to enjoy.
We want to thank all of you who gave us your support in 2017 and look forward to seeing you and all your friends in 2018. Have a safe and HAPPY NEW YEAR!! See you again next year when our doors will open up again in Feb.
We offer fully guided tours, allowing you an upclose view of our cats as we demonstrate natural behaviors and providing you with lots of great information about each cat.
We are open Saturday & Sunday from 11am-4pm
We offer a fully guided tour giving you up close views of all our cats. We will demonstrate their natural behaviors and give you all kinds of great information about each cat. We have over 40 cats residing at the park with 17 species and subspecies represented
27919 Redwood Highway, Cave Junction, OR 97523, US
Mid-March to Memorial Day (daily)
Memorial Day to Laborday
September- October (Daily) 11am-4pm
November & February (Weekends Only) 11am-4pm