See more than 500 animals roaming freely throughout a 243 hectare (600 acre) park when you visit Wildlife Safari. Drive through the 2.4 km (4.5 mi) stretch to view animals from around the world in open spaces, and see many animals up close. After the drive, wander through the safari village to see even more animals, the White Rhino Event Center, gardens, a playground, gift shop, and cafe. Inside the village, explore the petting zoo and Australia walkabout exhibit, where you can enter with an enclosure with wallaroos. You can sign up for special encounters, such as lion and bear feedings, cheetah walking and petting, camel rides, and camping. Using our international travel planner, Winston attractions like Wildlife Safari can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
Wildlife Safari reviews
Found this place on a lark looking at the map for our trip back home from coastal OR. We were impressed with the variety of animals we saw driving through, especially all the Buffalo and Elk in the..... more »
We live in Oregon so it’s nice to go to the park and see the changes and this time we saw SO MANY NEW babies! My grandkids had a blast feeding them! My grandkids pretended to be on a real Safari by..... more »
Wasn't so sure what to expect but had an amazing time. My mother-in-law was raving about it and took us down there for a day and a half. The little village was fun to explore. The flamingos were a favorite, as was the petting zoo. Did several excursions during our time there. Feeding the bears Oso and Mac was a blast. Fed Erin the giraffe which was amazing and met Valerie the elephant. If you have time and a little extra money the excursions are worth it. Most importantly to note, the staff there is phenomenal! They are very friendly and were willing to answer every question, even when catching them cleaning during the drive through. They very deeply care for the animals and love what they do. It was cool to see such passion. I'm sure we'll be back.
Awesome experience. We went their around noon, but wish we could come littler earlier. Because most animals were sleeping. So I would recommend to visit in the morning. Highly recommended to travel with kids. No seat belt required and even kids can go in front seats !! Feeding deer was fun, but emu were scary :). There is a small play area for kids, cafe and gift shop. So good place to have a snack and ice cream at the end of your safari
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