Camp Carousel in the Loganville area hopes to be more than a petting zoo in the future

In an article in the latest issue of Walton Living Magazine, Christy Breedlove brought us some of Lisa McNair’s vision for Camp Carousel’s petting zoo.

Camp Carousel Petting Zoo contributed photo

“Set in the midst of rural Walton County, it aims to educate children and parents about diverse animals that include a camel, monkey and others many have only read about before coming face to face with them. It is also a rescue organization, receiving many that need rehabilitation and/or raising. McNair works with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in adopting wild animals that need a permanent home,” Breedlove wrote in the article. She went on to detail some of McNair’s vision for the future of the petting zoo on Center Hill Church Road in Loganville. “With a hundred acres off Center Hill Church Road, McNair hopes to turn the petting zoo into something more. Possible private park, movie nights under the stars and more are on the table. But in order to hold costs down for entry tickets for families, McNair needs community help to expand. She is actively looking for donors, community businesses and volunteers to aid in her vision.”

You can read the full story online in the digital version of the 2019 Fall-Winter issue of Walton Living Magazine or by picking up a copy at any Walton County library or city hall. Or you can find out more direct from Camp Carousel at www.campcarousel.net. You can book a party at 678-230-8420.

 

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