Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari, Ashland

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The Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari is a 440 acre drive-through park located near the town of Ashland, Nebraska, United States. The Park includes scenic prairies and wetlands that feature dozens of native North American animals including bison, elk, cranes and new Wolf Canyon overlook along with tram rides and a visitor center. The park is affiliated with Henry Doorly Zoo, and is located 22 miles west at Nebraska's I-80 exit 426.

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  • We enjoyed this place even more than the zoo. We were able to see all the breeds that live there. A female elk walked right by my window, and one of the wolves was hanging out very close to the fence....  more
    We enjoyed this place even more than the zoo. We were able to see all the breeds that live there. A female elk walked right by my window, and one of the wolves was hanging out very close to the fence....  more »
  • We were surprisingly impressed with the Wildlife Safari Park. The entrances fee is $8/ person. In most areas of the park, you must stay in your care to observe the animals in their natural habitat... 
    We were surprisingly impressed with the Wildlife Safari Park. The entrances fee is $8/ person. In most areas of the park, you must stay in your care to observe the animals in their natural habitat...  more »
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  • 7.50 for each adults. Was a great experience! It was really hot so to just drive in the car with A/C on it was relaxing! Also got to do a light trail and stretch the legs! We saw Buffalo wolf bear eagles and different birds deer all really up close. Very fun
  • My son & I drove through this and really enjoyed the drive. It was very natural at first with elk and deer, then there were rescue animals to visit up close! Eagles were stunning and the bear had a nice area to live, although she came directly up to the viewing area and I thought she might be able to reach us! Fun for all

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