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Great Cats World Park
Great Cats World Park is an interactive park in which staff and trainers interact with the predators to bring out their natural and instinctive behaviors. The Park is nestled in the Siskiyou Mountains in Southern Oregon. About 30 miles from Grants Pass on the Redwood Highway/Route 199.
The cats at the Great Cats World Park have captivated audiences across the country at festivals, wildlife parks, AZA (American Zoological Association) institutions, schools art and sports shows and many other civic events.
Their 10 acres are home to one of the largest and most varied collections of exotic cats on the west coast. There are more than 16 species of cats at the park. Their goal is to introduce as many guests as possible to their many feline ambassadors and demonstrate some of their incredible athletic abilities. If you love cats, you will love the Great Cats World Park.
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