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Safari Niagara is your #1 Summer Fun Destination! With over 750 animals, reptiles and birds, Safari Niagara offers unlimited fun with our ropes course, splash pad, bungee ride, safari rides and more! 
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2821 Stevensville Rd Stevensville, ON L0S 1S0 Canada
2821 Stevensville RdCAONL0S 1S0
(866) 367-9669safariniagara.com
Amusement Center, Zoo
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Today 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed

Safari Niagara is a 150-acre nature park with over 750 animal, bird and reptile species, located only 10 minutes from Niagara Falls. Safari Niagara is the ultimate summer fun destination for people of all ages and abilities. The park is completely interactive with educational animal presentations, guided tours, in park animal feedings and a petting farm. During the summer months, Safari Niagara provides unlimited use of the ropes course, bungee, safari rides, splash pad, fishing, kite flying, paddle boats and more. Safari Niagara’s Amphitheatre offers an annual summer concert series featuring popular international recording artists. 

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People talk about splash pad, paddle boats, up close and personal, white lions and animals and birds
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Faisal Sarkar
reviewed 8 months ago
Wasting your money, i went there on Aug,17/13 at 3 pm, with my family. they have lots of false advertise. only few dirty smelly animals. no lions. also lot's of other bird or crap show in the morning. nothing after afternoon. so care full, unless you go there 8 in the morning. the ticket price is super high. it's worth nothing. they close at 6 pm. I printed coupons but they did not accept it because they told me after 2 pm is already discounted. which is only $3 less. ticket price is almost $27 + tax. millions times better to go to Toronto zoo. It does not make any sense. they lady at the counter was not nice. Research very good before you go there. i wasted all my money for there for nothing. Remember for kids only 2 simple rides. the rides are like so far away. the rides is old and crappy. they have some other rides just like a school play ground. I mistakenly went there and put money in the garbage.
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Ashley Sano
reviewed 10 months ago
Loved this place! A great way to spend a fantastic 5 hours wandering around and getting in touch with nature. The animals were healthy and happy. The staff was helpful and great! It's definitely a "must see" attraction. We'll be back!
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Meaghan Edwards
reviewed 4 months ago
One of my favorite zoos to visit, there is a wide variety of species; this year, white lions, White Rhinos and other species were new -- each year Safari Niagara tends to expand and add new attractions. There are a number of species that are more rarely seen in Ontario zoos, including my favorite, the African Painted (or Hunting) Dog.
Jon. Allen
reviewed 8 months ago
Had to send in a review because of some of the other reviews listed here: 1) True - High prices. Cost me just under $100 for 2 adults and 1 child 2) True - Toronto zoo does have more animals. Toronto zoo is also one of the largest zoos in Canada. Safari Niagara does have a lot of different animals, including not one but 2 types of lions. (as of Aug. 19/13). 3) True - Rides are not great but we didn't have time to use them as there was so many other things to do. Don't go here if you are looking for rides, this is not an amusement park, it is a zoo. I would not compare Safari Niagara to the Toronto zoo, I would compare it more to the African Lion Safari in the Hamilton/Cambridge area. This is a great park for younger children. You can see many different animals and not need to walk all day like you do at the Toronto Zoo. There is a free train ride that tours around the park. This train has 7 different stops that you can use to move around the park once the kids get a little tired. There are many shows spread out at different times during the day that are also included in the price. Add to this the water park, petting zoo, paddle boats, fishing, play grounds, high ropes course and the largest sandbox (filled with toys) that my kid has seen and you have a grest day.
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Eran Hurvitz
reviewed 6 months ago
I went there with the kids, and we had a lot of fun, the kids loved the monkeys, and the talking parrot, when you pass by, he is starting to talk to you (he is located in front of the lions). They also have great free activities, like ziplines, and trampoline, which kids really liked.
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Mama B
reviewed a year ago
This is a fun place for families. The splash pad and playground make a season pass worth it if you're local. I dislike how little shade there is in those areas, however. There are trees, but they're relatively new and won't give any real shade for a decade or two. My other concern is the complete lack of knowledge the concession stand staff have about their food and allergens. It's always disappointing to go somewhere that wants to be a truly great family venue and there is absolutely zero information on their website about allergy awareness. It's more disappointing to ask the staff, only to be met with a blank, "Um... I don't know," followed by a, "Uh, I don't think we have safe stuff but I'm not sure" from the person higher up. A simple "We cannot guarantee that the products served here are safe for those with food allergies" sign would go a long way. I am very grateful that they allow outside food.
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