Three Ways to See Animals
Getting a little stir-crazy? Head to one of these animal adventures with drive-thru experiences to get out of the house and view amazing animals.
This Pine Mountain attraction features a 3.5-mile driving experience with more than 550 animals. The animals may come right to your vehicle, so you’ll be face-to-face with a camel, a zebra, an American bison and more. If you don’t want to drive your own vehicle through the enclosure, you can rent a Zebra Van.
From May 21-25, view more than 80 animals from the comfort of your car at North Georgia Zoo between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. See camels, zebras, ostriches and more. The experience is free; donations encouraged. The zoo is also open by reservation only from Wed.-Sun. from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; also open on Memorial Day, May 25.
Drive-thru this Cartersville farm to see common farm animals, as well as camels, giraffes, zebras, capybaras, lemurs, llamas and more. Make a reservation and stay in your vehicle to view the different animals. You can purchase a bag of food for the animals, which you can throw into their enclosures.