Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a wildlife conservation and rehabilitation centre located in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. It was established in 2009 on the grounds of Brockholes Farm, a former riding school and petting zoo. The park is home to 500 animals from 100 species, including Amur Leopards, Tigers, Painted Hunting Dogs, Black Rhinos, Polar Bears, and the internationally renowned Lion Pride of Yorkshire.
It offers visitors a unique opportunity to observe these beautiful creatures up close and personal. The park’s mission is to promote wildlife conservation and raise awareness about the importance of protecting endangered species. It is a popular destination for families and animal lovers alike, providing an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.