Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch, Pilot Point , United States
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Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch is a 126-acre interactive wildlife ranch, home to camels, kangaroos, lemurs, and more. The ranch is open to the public every Saturday, and for group tours and field trips Sunday through Friday by reservation.
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Pilot Point, Texas 76258 Get Directions Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch is a (501(c)(3) non profit wildlife ranch in Pilot Point (45mins N of Dallas). It's mission is to provide the North Texas community with the chance to experience exotic wildlife in a unique and personal setting.
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Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch in Pilot Point invites anyone wishing to submit a name for the camel that was recently born at the refuge to visit the ranches’ Web site, www.sharkarosa.com.
Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch is a nonprofit interactive educational wildlife facility, licensed and regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a breeder and exhibitor of exotic animals. The facility houses about 35 different species.
Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch sits on 126 breathtaking acres near Lake Ray Roberts in Denton County, Texas.
Description of this Dallas Attraction: Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch is a 126-acre non profit exotice wildlife park focused on education and interaction between our guest and any number of exotic and endangered species that call the ranch home! From lemurs to the world's only albino kangaroo families, your