Animal Adventure Park prepares for ‘Low Sensory Evening’

first_imgJordan Patch, park owner, says anyone coming to the event can find comfort in the safe practices around the park.  The park is removing any hands on areas to follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines.  Not much will be chaning. Attendees still have access to see and feed all of the animals.  HARPUPSVILLE (WBNG) — Animal Adventure Park is hosting a “Low Sensory Evening” for those with sensory sensitivities and other needs.  Due to the pandemic, the park will only be having one Low Sensory Evening this year. center_img “We have barriers at all of our points of sales,” Patch said. “You will see our team wearing masks 100 percent of the time. And also our building and grounds teams will constantly disinfecting high traffic areas to make sure we are providing a safe experience.” This year, the park is partnering with Super Cooper Saves the Day. The foundation is providing all of the guests with a complimentary souvenir feed cup. For more information on the event, check out the park’s Facebook page.last_img