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We took our boys here often when they were little. Today we took them as adults. We drove our own car and had a GREAT time! We fed a ton of animals and saw them up close. The Walkabout was great as we got to...More
We have taken the grand kids a few times and each time the animals appeared to be in worse shape. Baboons, wolves and dingos in extremely small enclosures. All of these just pace back and forth, never a good sign. The poor baboons are way...More
We rented a large van so there would be plenty of room to move around inside and feed all the animals. The windshield and rear window are the only windows that have glass, the side windows only have bars to keep the animals out. Get...More
Fun day driving through the park. Would advise riding their bus instead of your car. Some of the animals stuck their heads through our open windows looking for food. Definitely had to get the cars washed afterwards, but overall a fun day with no issues.
We had so much fun feeding the animals in the drive through, they are definitely not shy! I would suggest to drive one of their cars and not your own.
The animals roaming had lots of room to explore! The only thing that I didn’t...More
We drove our own car and went first thing when they were all hungry. It was fun to feed them (one bag was plenty for the 2 of us). We drove around twice. There was one very thin grazer with a bad leg, clearly in...More
We to a trip to Pine mountain to see Wild Animal Safari Park. This a great place to take the family and see wild animals roam free in a park, except for Lions. We arrived at their parking lot and notice many old vans for...More
We went here as a non-traditional activity on Thanksgiving. What memories we have....It was GREAT!!! We loves seeing all the animals and feeding so many that walked right up to our car and begged for a bite of the animal food you can purchase. It...More
I had a great time even as an adult and have been here twice, though I would consider it more of a kid thing. I am an animal lover and amateur photographer and enjoyed the opportunity to take fun photos as well as feed animals...More
Response from Etonian30 | Reviewed this property |
Ours was stripped down mini van with only front and back windshield with bars covering the open windows. Inside is extremely dirty from spilled animal food and dust so plan to get little dirty. But who cares, just don’t... More
Ours was stripped down mini van with only front and back windshield with bars covering the open windows. Inside is extremely dirty from spilled animal food and dust so plan to get little dirty. But who cares, just don’t wear white clothes and be prepared to laugh until you cry.
Is there a Motel 6 or another inexpensive hotel close to the Wild Animal Safari Park? All we need is a place to sleep and shower.
September 13, 2010|
use your favorite travel search site like kayak and use Escondido as the city. Lots of low cost Motel 6 types in Escondido.
Drive through animal parks in Missouri? (1 Replies)
Which drive through animal parks in Missouri are good and bad, or have gotten better or worse? Good or bad, I especially want to hear about the Wild Animal Safari park.
April 07, 2018|
As far as I know the Wild Animal Safari is the only true drive thru zoo we have right now in Missouri. There is Lone Elk park outside of St Louis but that is only elk and buffalo. We've haven't been to Wild Animal Safari in years but I will say that just on the drive by it, it does look better kept and cleaner than it used to.
Apple Valley, Minnesota
Trip Report for Ozark/Springfield family trip (0 Replies)
We just returned home from a short roadtrip from Minnesota, through Iowa, to Ozark, Missouri. The trip was mostly about visiting some family members but we were able to throw in a few attractions for the 9 year old. On the first day in Missouri we went to see some animals because she loves tigers! We drove a short distance to the Wild Animal Safari in Strafford, MO. It was expensive to get in and you also have to pay extra for the food to feed the animals and yes the small zoo like area at...More