Archive for July 7, 2011

Black Pine Animal Park in Noble County

Black Pine Animal Park

ABOVE: Black Pine Animal Park in Albion. Composite image provided by the venue (the little girl is not standing next to the big animals!).

Guest Blogger:
John Bry, Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Black Pine Animal Park in Albion is Indiana’s finest exotic animal sanctuary. Just a half hour northwest of Fort Wayne, Black Pine Animal Park exists to provide permanent refuge to exotic animals that were once privately owned as pets or performers.

Many of these animals were abandoned or confiscated, while others were voluntarily given up to provide them a better life. Whether you visit alone, with family, or as a group, you will enjoy an informative and interactive experience.

Black Pine Animal Park offers general admission, including guided tours, during summer, and field trips, group tours and private tours by appointment year-round. A visit to Black Pine Animal Park offers something for everyone from 2 to 92.

Black Pine Animal Park is located at 1426 West County Road 300 North in Albion, and is open daily, 10 am to 5 pm, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Admission is $8 ($7.50 for ages 55+, $7 for ages 3-9, under 3 free). For more information, visit, or call 260-636-7383.