My husband and I love animals. All of our vacations are planned around opportunities for viewing wildlife, birds, marine animals, farm animals, backyard animals, butterflies, insects, and just about any other form of life. I'm disabled and can't walk far, so we tailor our trips to places with handicapped accessibility and limited movement requirements.
A local friend in Massachusetts told me she heard of a drive-through wild animal nature preserve in Florida. Animals from many different regions of the world live there, and apparently most of them are loose. For the sake of safety, no pedestrians or other vehicles are allowed, just passenger cars with windows which can be kept closed. It sounds perfect for us!
The drive-though area is one section of a large park and campground.
She thinks it's a few hours north of Miami, Florida. Does anyone know the name of the place to which she's referring, including location and additional information about other things to do in the park?