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All reviews drive thru feed the animals petting zoo car window gift shop hand feed zoo area hold on tight laughed so hard animals coming small animals gravel road long neck exotic animals a lot of fun fall break feed buckets
The park is a little bit out of the way, so you'll want to plan ahead to spend a couple of hours or more there. It was really neat seeing all of the animals just milling about, somehow handling the TN heat and humidity, mostly...More
Plan on at least an hour for the drive through The animal enclosures. You can buy buckets of animal feed at the entrance booth. Plan on at least four buckets, but I would recommend six or eight per car. You can hold a bucket out...More
This was an outstanding trip. You felt like you were really on a safari. Animals come right up to your car and in your window. It was more animals than I thought would be there. They were cute and they really like to eat. Go...More
We took our 2 year old grandson to ride through the park. It was so much fun! We can't wait to do it again. There are so many animals to see and some you'll see UP CLOSE! The best was when the buffalo stuck its...More
If you have young kids (or are young at heart, yourself), you are going to really enjoy the TN Safari Park (I call it a drive-through Zoo). We drove two hours from Spring Hill and it was well worth the drive. Probably the first thing...More
The Tennessee state museum had only been open about 3 weeks when we visited. The building is beautiful and the exhibits outstanding. We were impressed with the use of technology & the quality of the artifacts. And it is free!
I have never laughed so much in my life! We bought 8 buckets of feed and wished we had more. Zebras and camels will steal the entire bucket if you aren’t careful. Very nice park and a fun way to spend a few hours. Just...More
I reserved the safari bus, which costs $100, a month before our trip. I was taking my children and grandchildren totaling fifteen paid admissions in addition to the rental of the bus. We were driving from Memphis area. A day before the trip one family...More
The Tennessee Safari Park was so much fun. I took my two adult children ages 18 and 23(really they took me). We bought 4 buckets of food to feed the animals. I did encounter some of the animals were a little aggressive but it was...More