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HAPPY WORLD FOOD DAY!!!! A BIG Thank You to Everyone who Donated a non-perishable food item to the Fort Erie C.O.P.E last weekend during Boo at the Zoo! We collected another couple hundred pounds of food for this amazing local organization! #wfd15 #unitedagainsthunger #sharethebounty #safariniagara #community #givingback
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ANIMAL OF THE WEEK! This week's animal of the week is...
The Argus Monitor! They’re among some of the largest lizard species in the world and are related to Komodo dragons! ‪#‎awesomeanimals‬ ‪#‎animallovers‬
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BOO AT THE ZOO! Today from 10am-4pm! FREE Trick or Treating, Costume Contests, A Magic Show, Bouncies and more!!!

Halloween Fun Zone Schedule:

10:00AM: Safari Niagara Opens!!

12:00PM: Costume Contest for Ages 0-5 years

12:30PM: Costume Contest for Ages 6-12years

1:00PM: Costume Contest for Adults 13+

1:30PM: Magic Show with Scoop Macoy at the Wonders of Flight Staging Area

2:00PM: Animal Presentation at Zooniversity Show Area

3:30PM: Costume Contest for Safari Niagara Staff

4:00PM: Safari Niagara Closes :(
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Attention ALL Boo at the Zoo goers! The first 1000 children tomorrow will receive a FREE Treat Bag for Trick-or-Treating courtesy of Value Village! #safariniagara #valuevillage
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Happy Mad Hatter Day! Today is in celebration of being SILLY! We always love seeing our friends and animals here at Safari Niagara being silly and having a good time! #safariniagara #madhatterday #silliness
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Boo at the Zoo is in 5 DAYS!!!! Do not forget to get a Spooktactular costume and get ready for a fun-filled day of Trick-or-Treating around the Zoo!! Check out some photos of fun times we had last year!! http://ow.ly/i/dqSjn http://ow.ly/i/dqSlu http://ow.ly/i/dqSmy
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It's Throwback Thursday! Take a look at the amazing ZOOZ sculpture back in it's first spot, above our Front Gate in 2002, 
13 years ago! ‪#‎tbt‬ ‪#‎safariniagara‬ ‪#‎timeflies‬
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THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO MADE THIS SEASON SO GREAT!!! We have had a great summer and it is all thanks to YOU!
And although we are closed for the season, we will still be here! Stay tuned to our website and social media for updates, promotions and more!
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TODAY is our last day of the season! We are open from 10am-4pm and we would love to see you today to THANK YOU for a GREAT season!!!
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BOO AT THE ZOO IS TOMORROW!!!! Get ready for a fun-filled Spooktacular day of FREE trick-or-treating, costume contests, a Magic Show, Bouncies and more!! #safariniagara #booatthezoo #familyfun #allseasonlong http://ow.ly/i/duit5 http://ow.ly/i/duiuk
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE 70+ AMAZING COMMUNITY SPONSORS FOR THIS SEASONS BOO AT THE ZOO!? Check them out!! Come visit all of them this Saturday from 10am-4pm!

#safariniagara   #booatthezoo   #trickortreat   #amazingfun  
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Happy World Teachers Day! We at Safari Niagara are showing our appreciation for the wonderful teachers out there who bring their classes here to gain awareness, understanding and appreciation for all amazing animals as well as conservation and biodiversity! Thank you Teachers! ‪#‎safariniagara‬ ‪#‎worldteachersday‬
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2821 Stevensville Road Stevensville, ON L0S 1S0 Canada
2821 Stevensville RoadCAOntarioL0S 1S0
+1 905-382-9669safariniagara.com
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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 Sky Quest ropes course*, 2 Jumping Pillows*, Pedal Bike Go-karts*, safari rides*, splash pad, fishing, kite flying, paddle boats and more. *These attractions are available June 1st-Labour Day only. Weather Permitting. Safari Niagara’s Amphitheatre offers an annual summer concert series featuring popular international recording artists. 

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"A beautiful spacious place to view various animals up close and personal!"
"Keep an eye out for Groupon deals to help lower the cost of admission."
"The entertainment options were somewhat good."
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Emily MacMillan
3 months ago
Had a great day with my husband and daughter. The park is well laid out and very walking friendly. The train is very convenient too and is great to get on and off. The animals were all active and outside and easily viewable. Great location and love that it is so affordable with free parking. My 1 year old loved it!!! Will definitely be going next year again.
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Amanda S
5 months ago
Got our tickets for $20 on Groupon. It was just my boyfriend and I, no kids, so we didn't get any use out of the splash pad, playgrounds, or other activities (which is why most people with children would attend). A bunch of the animals were not visible in their enclosures (whether they were hiding in the closed-in areas not visible to the public, or just not in the enclosure all together is unclear). The general feel of the park is mediocre at best. Animals don't have very large enclosures and, as most places that keep animals in captivity, it was mildly depressing. The landscaping inside and outside of the enclosures is not well-kept. In-all, for 20$ a piece, it wasn't a bad deal, it provided us with something to do for an hour and a half or so, I'd definitely recommend for people with small children, as it's not TOO big and there's a lot of activities for little ones.
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Ted Tablante
2 months ago
Great zoo. Keep an eye out for Groupon deals to help lower the cost of admission. Great place for the family.
Joanna Brown
5 months ago
I agree with previous posters. The cages for the animals are too small. Some of the animals didn't even have any shade and it was a very hot day that we went on. The smell coming for some of the animals was horrible. Have been to the Toronto zoo many times and have never noticed a smell coming from the animals like it did here. Something that really bothered us was that the all the vending machines in the park We're out of order. We brought our own drinks and ran out and couldn't find a place that drinks. When we finally did find a place, they had fountain drinks but ran out of ice and all other treats like ice cream. Why advertise it when it's all long? The zoo is suppose to be open until 6, but at 5 everything is closed. Many animals are brought back into there enclosures. The splash pad was decent, however the surrounding cement and many benches we're covered in goose droppings. So gross. Kids and adults alike were stepping in the poop without noticing and then going into the splash pad. Many of the staff that worked there seemed miserable. Honestly the only reason we went was because we found a groupon deal, and wanted to try something new. Would never go back.
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Johnny Hibner
5 months ago
Safari Niagara is a very poor excuse for a zoo or Safari and I personally suspect that the company hired people to give them fake 5-star reviews. The animal enclosures are very dirty, and that means generally in a very bad condition. It was extremely hot, and the animals that were even visible were looking sickly and weren't moving. The cages in shaded areas were a little bit better, but even there one bird was lying on the ground and only moved its head when we tossed a twig nearby. Some of the cages (for the birds mind you) were smaller than my bedroom. And it's pretty small. The animals here are treated poorly in a sentence. The entertainment options were somewhat good. If you're a child. A "SkyQuest" is a highly minimized version of a Tarzan Park where there are a bunch of different options for climbing from tree to tree. Here it was walk on ropes from pole to pole (there were 8 poles). The line was also very terrible. There's also a trampoline type thing which is literally just a bunch of cloth filled with air and you jump on it (if you're 12 or under). The splash pad was nice due to the heat, but still that's not enough to beat the heat. There's one restaurant area next to the splash pad with all the food you'd expect at such a place. Don't eat too much. There's a gift shop at the front with literally nothing original except for maybe a few hats and clothing items that you probably won't wear. They also try to get you to rent a wagon to pull someone around even though there's a free tram. The washrooms here are semi-okay. There are basic functions, but that's it. They even have the bravery to try and pull off the home liquid soap dispenser bottle thing. As for the actual Safari, you either walk around for 5 km and hope to see some animals, or get on a tram and hope to see some animals. IN CONCLUSION: Do not visit this establishment… -If you're against animal cruelty -If you want to go on an animal safari -If you want to see animals -If you're brining kids -If you don't want to be spoken to rudely -If you don't want to expose yourself to cheesy advertising -If you hate animals -If you don't want to waste money -If you have *anything* else to do -If you're poor -If you're planning on eating -If you don't have extremely high patience for waiting in lines -If you're an indoor person -If you're a person who likes modern, clean, and trimmed exteriors rather than naturally growing weeds, grass, dirt, etc. -If you don't want to go to a terrible tourist trap
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dwayne berry
5 months ago
My daughter was in the day camp for 3 weeks. Great time, great staff. The staff was very attentive. Highly recommend this for your kids. I hope that next year it will be longer.
Tracey Giles
5 months ago
Poor Grey Wolf - I thought I was looking at a carcas in the pen. The ugly metal sculptures should be melted down and made into something remotely relating to animals - poor choice of art work. Also the ride attendant at the childen's ride (dinosaur roller coaster) was a drip (buddy if you don't like your job - bail now) and do all the kids a favour. Won't be back.
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Gord Cluthe
4 months ago
What an awesome family-owned Zoo !! Much smaller than the Toronto Zoo means to can accomplish visiting all the animals in a single day; the trams that circle the zoo are a great way to fast-track if you choose - plus they're wheelchair friendly for those who need it ! Also, having a big play area in the center of the facility is great for kids to jump, climb and splash. We take the kids at least once annually. They love it (6yrs and 8yrs old).