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Lagoon Deer Park

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

I have a long standing love of deer parks. After my first one, I was hooked. Last year I discovered Lagoon Deer Park in Sandusky. It was kind of a long drive from where I lived before but after realizing I only live an hour away now I made it priority to head out there last week. It was so awesome. Just like my last visit, I was the only person there. I had all the deer to myself! The gentleman who runs the place was kind enough to let even more deer out into the huge pen with me. I can't fail to mention the fact there were even babies. Gahh! There aren't words to explain how much I love this place. Here's your daily dose of cute...
Lagoon Deer Park is definitely worth the trip if you're anywhere nearby! I'm excited to make visiting an annual tradition now that I live so much closer.
xoxo

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  1. Eeeeee, gimme all the deer! They look so cute and happy! So jealous that you live so close to such an awesome place! I love the close-up shot of you feeding that deer!

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    1. It was hard for every picture not to be a close up. The deer basically have no idea what boundaries are. :P

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  2. Such beautiful pictures.
    I love deer.
    There are wild deer living in Richmond in London, but I'm always scared to approach to feed. Maybe I'll try this winter.
    Note to self: take peanuts (is that what your feeding them?)
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    1. You might have one nearby. It's certainly worth looking in to!

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  4. It remind me of the deer park in Nara, Japan.

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  5. WHAT. I need to experience this. There's a little town in Japan that is basically run by deer (I forget what it's called), but now that I know I can visit a similar place in the States, there's no stopping me. This is adorable! They are all so cute, I can't even. I'd want to plan a trip around fawn season for all the cute babies!

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    1. Dude. There are tons of deer parks around the US!! GO! GO! GO! They're definitely worth a drive.

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  6. Wow I've never heard of a deer park! Looks like such a cool experience to be that close to deer!

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    1. Oh my goodness, it's an incredible experience. It's so much fun.

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  7. Soooo cute!! I love the picture where they're all surrounding your feet :)

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  8. Ahhhhhh! They're just so precious!

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  9. Omg, that one with the pink nose is just darling!

    Deer are one of my favourite animals, I'd love to go somewhere like this, we have Richmond Park near London but the deer there are completely wild and always run away, though they are out in the open for your to look at.

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  10. I never knew deer parks existed until you started visiting them! What a neat thing, I want to visit one so bad! Or better yet, start my own.... :0 Haha.

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    1. Hahah! Start your own, I'll come visit and blog about it! :P

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  11. They are adorable! What is a deer park? We don't have them in my country. Is it similar to a zoo, but with only deer?

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    1. It's more like a petting zoo. (Do you have those? I mean, that's pretty self explanatory. A zoo where you can pet the animals)

      All deer parks are different but at this one all the deer are in a huge pen that you're able to enter and feed them. Since they've been around humans since birth they're not afraid.

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  12. It looks so super cute - and the photographs are amazing! X!
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