HOURS

Tues - Sat: 9 am - 4 pm

Habitat Open: 12 pm - 3 pm

Picnic/Playground/Welcome Center: 9 am - 4 pm

Operation is always weather permitting

Please call (770-957-0888) to confirm we are open

Noah's Ark is open Tuesday through Saturday. The Welcome Center, picnic area, and playground are open at 9 am for visitors. The animal habitat is open from 12 - 3 pm.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Pick Your Tour

We suggest a well-planned day at the Ark to be: Visit the Welcome Center, have lunch in the picnic area, and play on the playground from 9 am until noon. Then, walk around the natural habitat and see all of the animals from 12 pm - 3 pm. End your exciting day at the Gift Shop for a souvenir.

Email Us

noah@noahs-ark.org

Send us an e-mail, or call us at 770-957-0888, with any questions.

Address

  • Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary
  • 712 L G Griffin Rd.
  • Locust Grove, GA 30248

 

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NOAH'S ARK SANCTUARY

Noah's Ark is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Animal Sanctuary dedicated to bringing children and animals together with the purpose of providing unconditional love, unconditional service, and a future full of hope. Noah's Ark has over 1,500 animals with 100 different species and it costs $33,000 per month to feed and care for the animals.

Noah's Ark is a 250-acre sanctuary for abused, unwanted, and neglected animals. A beautiful "park-like" setting with paved pathways to bring your family and enjoy an afternoon out. We have a beautiful picnic area and playground. Wear your walking shoes, pack a lunch, and come spend the day with us!

Noah's Ark never charges admission to come and see the animals; however, we do accept and appreciate donations to help feed and care for the animnals.

HISTORY OF THE ARK

Founded by Jama Hedgecoth, the original Noah's Ark opened in 1978 in Ellenwood, Georgia. Named for the biblical Noah's Ark, which represented a vessel of safety in the midst of danger, Jama's Ark was built to shield children and animals from today's floods of abuse and neglect.

The care of wildlife can be a lengthy and complex process depending on the species and the extent of injuries. If injuries are so debilitating that the animal cannot be released, it will stay at Noah's Ark for the remainder of its life in as natural a habitat as possible.

Jama outgrew her small farm in Ellenwood in 1990 and move her family - and all the animals - to Locust Grove. The current facility of Noah's Ark is 250 acres and encompasses an animal rehabilitation center, training administration building, nature trails, and countless natural habitats for the more than 1,500 animals on site.

OUR MISSION

To provide a home for injured, abused, and orphaned animals.

To provide awareness through our rehab/education programs that emphasize all living things have value no matter how small or seemingly insignificant. When we as a society can recognize this fact, we will begin to win the battles for conservation and preservation.

To provide unconditional love and care for animals who have special needs in their lives whether mental, physical, or emotional.