You know, as most of Oklahoma's animals are either predators or prey, the few zoos we have are somewhat special.

For instance, the OKC Zoo is ferociously awesome, but when you want to get up close and personal with the animals, it's a rather big no-no since that's what killed Harambe.


In a pinch, take a walk on the weird side at GraysLland Acres Llama and Goat Farm.

Technically, GraysLland is a working farm but they offer $5 farm tours, complete with lots of pets year-round.

For the most part, these fine Oklahomans raise their goats and llamas for things like milk and yarn which they turn into products.

I found them when shopping for goat soap. I have a young relative who suffers terribly from eczema and goat soap works wonders for him.


It's located up in Pryor and as I said, the tickets are dirt cheap. Looks like a ton of fun. As Spring springs, baby goats will likely be all over that place. Follow this link and click on Farm Tours.

Weird and Wild Pets You Can Have In Oklahoma

When it comes to the topic of exotic and wild animals in Oklahoma, there is a very short list of things you can't own as a pet... but there are ways around almost all the red tape in the Sooner State.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

More Restaurants Oklahomans Swear Are Worth The Drive

The Sooner State sure isn't short on good eats. From the best BBQ you'll find in America, to the worldly tastes of exotics with an Oklahoma spin... Here are more of the best restaurants Okies swear are worth the drive for.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

The Real Wild West Outlaws of Oklahoma

In the years before Oklahoma gained statehood, there was a major shift happening trying to convert the wilds of Indian Territory into a mild-mannered turn-of-the-century metropolitan place. It's amazing how many of America's famed outlaws made headlines in our state.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

More From KZCD-FM