My dad and I thought it was a bit hard to find, as the entrance is on a very, very rural road and the sign is rather old and hidden by some overgrown trees. The zoo is out in the woods, which provides a nice setting as most of the zoo is shaded by the trees. The ground is not paved which gives the place a very natural feel, but could pose some challenges to wheelchair or stroller wheels. Still, I think it would be doable, you would just have to take the bumps slow.
There's a variety of animals there, from "woodsy" type animals such as bears,
Or my personel favorite, wolves
to the more exotic .
There was also a farm themed section with a petting zoo.
Next to the farm was Turtle Town where you can feed and pet the turtles.
I had a really great time and recomend it to any family, there's plenty to do and the staff is very freindly and knowledable.