Peacocks roamed freely & displayed their feathers for us. Even the "wild" animals have become domesticated in the park....I'm talking about the squirrels & chipmunks. The come right up to you looking for food & you can feed them right out of your hand.
You can even see the home of the famous groundhog, General Lee. He is the South's version of Groundhog day & comes out in the winter to see if he casts his shadow.
All in all it was a nice day for the kids. As an adult I was not impressed with the place. It looks like it has been a long time since there has been any serious upkeep or cleaning. I was raised on a mini-farm & am accustomed to animal smells, but some of the pens I thought were really bad...terrible urine odors. The buildings & other signs, etc., could have used a good pressure washing & just repair in general. Along with the poor attitude of the cashier I would rate this 2 stars out of 5. The only reason I give it this is because the kids had a good time. So if you are planning a vacation to Stone Mountain & are looking for something extra to do give them a try (for the kids).