Chestatee Wildlife Preserve

There are less than 200 Siberian White Tigers left in the world — and 12 of them are in Dahlonega, Georgia! The Chestatee Wildlife Preserve sits on 20 acres of gently rolling farmland and is home to a wide variety of exotic animals including Tigers, Mountain Lions, Black Spotted Leopards, Albino Wallabies, Monkeys, Alligators and Cockatiels as well as Donkeys, Peacocks, Ostriches and a Camel named Sebastian.

There are places to sit and enjoy the animals, as well as picnic tables for a leisurely lunch and knowledgeable staff on hand to answer any questions. They also do customized group educational programs for schools and churches as well as child or adult daycare programs.

Contact:
Chestatee Wildlife Preserve
469 Old Dahlonega Highway
Dahlonega, Georgia 30533

706 864-9411
info@chestateewildlife.org

www.chestateewildlifepreserve.org


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