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1790 Safari Rd Winston, OR 97471
1790 Safari RdUSORWinston97471
Zoo, Campground
Wildlife Safari is a fun-filled family destination where you can view over 500 animals in their natural habitat roaming freely much as they do in the wild! Visitors to the park drive through a 4.5 mil
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600-acre zoo with animals from around the world & a 4.5-mile drive-thru loop.- Google
People talk about up close, elephant car wash, animals roaming, gift shop and cheetahs
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Katie Fuss
reviewed 4 months ago
We went during the summer about August 2013. Bad mistake. It was so hot that the animals were hiding from the sun where we couldn't see most of them. It was like driving through a hay field with a few animals. My mistake. However, while I had a great time with the walk through part of the safari even was able to see them starting to feed the animals and was able to ask questions while we were watching I was unhappy with the drive through part of the park. When going through the drive part we were told 10 mph period *she said "set your cruise control"* and no stopping. That made pictures almost impossible and since we barely saw any animals I wanted something to remember this by rather than driving. The carnivorous animals were fenced in which is appropriate for the situation. Maybe if they would allow people to drive slower so they can get decent pictures it would be better. Be prepared the drive part is expensive. I think we paid $50+ but the walk through part is free which was nice. I think they need to get some new people to help look after their hooved animals because their mini horses and donkeys needed some serious hoof work done. Otherwise the animals looked healthy and mostly happy. I will do this one more time when it's cooler only to see what difference that makes. If things are still the same I will find a new place to go.
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Karen Meador
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing. Each and every time I visit. Thank you for the wonderful care and attention these beautiful creatures are fortunate enough to obtain in captivity-roaming free.
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reviewed 4 months ago
it was cold but ive never had a better time the bears were sleeping but it was great
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Jessie Quinn
reviewed 5 months ago
We loved it so much and wanted to support this charitable organization immediately after the first visit. We adopted a tiger - and an elephant and got to meet one on one with each of their trainers and learn about the mission of wildlife safari. I got to feed Alice our adopted elephant and pet her. We bought the paintings, ornaments, and wine made by the elephants during our encounter to support funding the watering hole. This has been a life changing experience. We try to visit as often as possible.
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A. Reynolds
reviewed a year ago
We had a very poor experience at Wildlife Safari today. Their employees were extremely rude and while trying to understand our ($$$) pricey membership told us that they weren't trying to be rude but insisted on raising her voice and talking as grumpy as possible. We've bought memberships before in the past, but after today we will refund our membership and let everyone we know what poor service we were treated with. We were accused of trying to bring more people through than our membership allowed--which wasn't true, and they realized after some argument that we were right, and then refused to apologize for THEIR misunderstanding. BEWARE high prices and rude employees!
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Weston Zach
reviewed 9 months ago
Myself my wife, my sister-in-law and my 6 (including my 19 year old foster son, who enjoyed snapping pictures with my camera) children went to Wildlife Safari in June 2013. We really enjoyed it. The employees were friendly and we saw a lot of animals. Yes, the cheetahs were all flopped on the ground doing nothing because of the heat. Yes we didn't get to see the lions, because people were working in the pen and didn't want to be eaten. This is the same experience I've had at "normal" zoos. You can't always see all the animals. We did get to see Rhinos up close (at other zoos I never see Rhinos). You had to be careful not to run over some of the other animals. We took tons of pictures (and we didn't have to take them through glass or mesh).
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