Take on our Wild Animal Safari from the comfort of your own vehicle, or go along with our Complimentary Bus tour lead by an Animal Safari Tour Guide. Experience the 5 mile Drive-Thru and all that it has to offer over 350 acres! Come face to face with a Camel or an American Bison. You’ll be able to see Elk, Water Buffalo and Wildebeest running free. Tigers, Hyenas and Zebra are just a few of the animals that you’ll see on your safari!
A drive through animal park that you can also hop out of the car and take a stroll through our winding path and the walk-about. Here you will find some of the smaller animals, or the more friendly! You can take a moment and gaze at the Lemurs as they jump around and leap from rope to rope. See the beautiful Peacock spread his feathers and show off for you! Then, walk through the winding path where you will be able to feed more animals and even pet them as they come up to you. From our bus you can feed a Four-Horned Sheep, an Alpaca, Zedonk, or even a Wallaby.
Before you go inside the park and come face to face with the animals, You may need to pick up a ‘Slobber Towel’ ...just in-case! You can do so in our Gift Shop at The Outpost. ‘Slobber Towels’ and T-shirts are just a few of the things that you can pick up at the Outpost. Numerous souvenirs and gifts are available for you to purchase and remember the experience that you had at Wild Animal Safari. Pick up your favorite stuffed animal of any size, or a play set for the kids.
Before, during or after your visit to our park, you should grab a bit to eat! Our safari grill offers inexpensive and tasty classics: Burgers, Hot Dogs, Pizza, Wings, Chicken Tenders, Fries, Mozzarella Sticks, Onion Rings and more! Grab yourself something to eat, cool off with a nice refreshment and then get back to the animal safari.
Every wonder why deer, caribou, and elk have antlers? For starters, antlers are bone and consist of blood. Animals use their antlers for a variety of reason, from defending themselves against predators to knocking food off trees.
Primarily, antlers are used to assert dominance. Animals use their antler to keep other animals away from food. During mating season, males use their antlers to fend off other males from potential mates. Additionally, bigger sets of antlers are more appealing to females. Antlers are heavy, so only the strongest and healthiest males can handle having a bigger set.