Noble County, Ohio has always had the scenic landscapes,
but we didnt always have the rhinos and giraffes.
It just seems so unbelievable to even drive by the park
and see these types of animals off in the distance.
Then to think you can take a bus tour through the park
and be right there. A unique feature is how the animals
seem to blend in with the acres and acres of rolling
hills and meadows, which is now their home. They just
seem to appear anywhere!
Aside from the animals, other things you will find at
The Wilds include a restaurant, gift shop, and educational
displays. Many special activities, bird watching, hiking,
educational seminars, overnight camps, day camps and
No, you dont have to travel around the world to
see North Americas largest Conservation Facility
for Endangered Species. You just go to Noble County
and get off I-77 at Belle Valley Exit 28. From that
point take SR 340 West through Cumberland to International
Road. Another popular option for visitors originates
at Caldwells I-77 Exit 25. Traveling West on SR
78 allows you to first visit the Big Muskie Bucket/Miners
Memorial. After that, just backtrack to SR 83 North,
which takes you through Cumberland to SR 340 and finally
For more information on The Wilds call: (740) 638-5030