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Harmony Park Safari

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Stacey B wrote a review Oct 19
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There are so many animals. We loved seeing the giraffes and camels. Some of the animals have very limited space to move around.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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npl21 wrote a review Sep 2020
Coral Springs, Florida20 contributions7 helpful votes
This experience has positive and negative aspects. We found it and decided to check it out with an 8 and 6 year old and a baby. It was only open for drive through due to COVID. We didn’t ask about car rentals due to COVID, but we did know the risk of using our car. We escaped relatively unharmed, minus the zebra that was chewing on our door handle? Now who can say they’ve had that happen? We’ve only seen something like this in Canada (Parc Omega) so we found this fun. The animals are not shy. Went through twice after wanting a refill on the bucket. Kids love activities like this and ours definitely did. The cons- as some have pointed out the conditions of the enclosures we saw aren’t the best. The giraffe, camel and tortoise seemed isolated in small pens. You are entering the main enclosure and are subject to what the animals are wanting to do. We got stuck for a little bit by a large bull who was drinking water but eventually he got bored and moved. Overall this is a great experience with more variety of animals than a petting zoo. Maybe one day we will be back in the area and the reptile exhibits will be available.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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LuvTravv wrote a review Aug 2020
Jasper, Alabama131 contributions19 helpful votes
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This place was so much fun! I had read the reviews so we went in an older car. A goat tried to climb in lol and a ram head butted the car. It's drive through only, you can't get out of the car. It was $10 per person in the car and the animal feed is $10 a bucket or $1 per solo cup. We were only allowed a max of 3 solo cups but it was enough - young kids may want a bucket full. We went around the loop feeding animals like 5 times - you can go around as much as you want. The camel tried to steal my solo cup - you are told to throw food in the ground. The deer are out of our hands. Highly recommend. I didn't see restrooms by I saw portalets at the entrance.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Shanece R wrote a review Aug 2020
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Great place for adults and kids the animals definitely aren’t afraid of people and it’s very inexpensive
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Timothy T wrote a review Aug 2020
Nashville, Tennessee252 contributions67 helpful votes
We were bored last Sunday and drove from Spring Hill TN to Huntsville to Harmony Park Safari because we were bored for Covid quarantine. Tim Toepfer Spring Hill TN
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Date of experience: August 2020
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