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Wild Animal Safari

1300 Oak Grove Road
706-663-8744

Antarctica and has nearly twice as many animals as the Atlanta Zoo! We have the largest display of Ligers (half tiger/half lion) in the world. Visitors can ride through the park, observe, take pictures and feed the animals from their car or one of our Zebra Vans. There are few parks like this left in the world (three that we know of), so you are in for a once-in-a-lifetime experience!



Reviews

Evelyn Hess

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Sunday, May 20, 2018
What a great experience! You will be laughing through the whole course. Animals come right up to your vehicles and eat straight out of your hands. The establishment offers drool towels and it is highly recommended you invest in one. I urge you to rent a vehicle. The first time I went the animals were not as demanding. This time they were beyond friendly. Renting a vehicle is well worth the experience. I think the course is about two miles long but there are so many animals along the way. Be sure to give out your pellets sparingly as the poor animals at the end probably don't get much. We were fair warned and had plenty of food by the end. This is a place you definitely want to experience and take the family to. There were six of us and we are all adults over 40 and we were having so much fun as if we were four and five years old once again.

Kimberly Solis

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Sunday, May 6, 2018
Bring with you: cold water, rags and towels, gardening gloves. These really amplified our experience! The gloves make your hands feel safer, and much cleaner. Plenty of outdoor tables so you can bring a nice picnic. The buffalo that swarm the entrance aren't a bother for the majority of the drive, it will get peaceful further along. 1 bag of food per person was plenty, remember to snap the pellets in half to help make them last. Nice gift selection available. Lots of good memories!

Tiffany Alexander

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Saturday, March 24, 2018
This place is amazing, we loved it!!!!! Great for kids of all ages and no kids at all. My husband and I loved it so much we came back a few years later with our daughter, she 13 and loved it. The park has grown a lot since the last time we were there. We have now experienced the rental van, the bus, and driving through with our own car ( wouldn't always recommend if you have a nice car, these are wild animals) but feeding the giraffe out of our sunroof was the most amazing experience. We love this place and will definitely come back for a third time!!!

Parker Morley

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Better than I expected. Get there early, the animals are hungry and more active at that time of day. We drove through twice, once around 11:00 and the animals were waiting for the cars to come by and feed them. When we went again after lunch, they were taking naps in the shade and not very active. You have the option to drive through in your own car (part of base price), take a bus tour (part of base price), or you can rent one of their cars or vans (extra charge, one hour rental). You can drive through as many times as you like on the bus or in your own car. Also included in the base price is a walk through "zoo" section. They also have a small cafe/restaurant that is very reasonably priced.

Caleb Moore

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Sunday, May 20, 2018
Love this place!! Great safari for its price. Offers free bus with ticket purchase and rentable vans. Pack a lunch, the food they offer is pricey and not so tasty!! Expect to spend well over $100 if you are bringing more than 2 people! Zoo is also a fun little experience especially for the kids.

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