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Crown Ridge Tiger Sanctuary and Lodging

Crown Ridge Tiger Sanctuary and Lodging

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We offer General Tours Thursday - Sunday at 11, 1, and 3. Specialty tours and Mon - Wed tours are by reservation only.
573.883.9909
$10 - $50
We do not allow pets. Service animals are allowed, although if our animals or your's shows any signs of stress we will ask you to take them back to the car.
lat: 37.8379306 long: -90.1326058

Crown Ridge Tiger Sanctuary is a Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS) Verified 501(c)3 non profit big cat rescue and educational facility that provides permanent lifelong care for abused, neglected or unwanted big cats. As a true sanctuary, we do not buy, sell, breed or trade any of our animals; we believe they deserve to live the rest of their lives in a healthy and caring environment. It is our goal to provide our animals with exceptional physical and mental care as well as educating the public about the growing captive wildlife crisis. We work to “Give Animals A Voice” by speaking up for animals, since they cannot speak for themselves. This is achieved through on and off-site presentations, tours, and education groups all to increase public awareness and inspire a change in the big cat crisis.

To make your visit even more memorable check out our on-site lodging. Staying on-site allows for a more intimate experience of seeing the big cats in the morning and listening to them roar!

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Red Star Access Site

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Trail of Tears Nature Trail

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Arrow Rock

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Tower Rock

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Red House Path

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Trail of Tears to Cairo

The path taken by Chief John Ross on his way to Cairo. (https://www.hmdb.org/m.asp?m=161480)

lat: 37.45684 long: -89.46319
Front Loop

lat: 38.82679 long: -90.21614
Noren Access Path

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Miami to Big Muddy

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Trail of Tears Memorial

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Taylors Landing

A boat ramp to the beautiful Missouri River with a peaceful view of the river.

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Fort Bellefontaine

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