Just outside of Keensburg, Colorado, over 400 lions, tigers, bears, wolves, and other large exotic animals roam on 720 acres of land. An unobtrusive walkway, mostly 30 feet tall, allows guests to safely observe the animals. These elevated paths are the first indication that this is no zoo.
The true purpose of The Wild Animal Sanctuary is to provide an environment for rescued animals to rest and be rehabilitated by staff and volunteers. For most of them it is a chance to peacefully live the remainder of their lives surrounded by people dedicated to their health and comfort.