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2003 Lion Country Safari Road Loxahatchee, FL 33470
USFLLoxahatchee33470
(561) 793-1084lioncountrysafari.com
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Lions, rhinos & more roam freely in this drive-thru safari with an adjacent amusement park.- Google
People talk about ferris wheel, giraffe feeding, petting zoo, camel rides and water play
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Jeb Wilson
reviewed in the last week
My kids were 3 years and 1 year old at the time. I would highly recommend this place if you are in the area. Plan to spend most of the day there. The in car Safari takes about an hour, after which we had a packed lunch in the parking lot. Then you have the opportunity to visit the amusement park, which is part of your paid admission. You will need some extra money to feed all of the animals in the amusement park, which I also recommend doing. My kids enjoyed the giraffes and parrots the best. Finally don't forget the internet coupon, which will save you some extra money on admission.
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Dana Bassett
reviewed 3 months ago
Lion Country Safari is the best! So beautiful and educational at the same time. I went with three other adults and we all had a fantastic time. The open cages are well landscaped and filled with animals of similar geographic origin. I also found the tour CD to be interesting (aside from the ads they slip in). The lions are SO COOL, so are the rhinos (there are at least 10! some were born and raised at LCS), and the giraffes!! My boyfriend was in love with the herd of water buffalo. All the animals looked so healthy and happy, I would definitely go back and visit again. We loved going through the safari so much we barely had any time to see the walking zoo, though that seemed nice as well-- flamingos, gators, porcupines, etc. They also have a petting zoo with pygmy goats!
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Dan Clevenger
reviewed 8 months ago
We decided to enroll our 2 granddaughters in Lion Country Summer Camp and stay at the KOA. When I made the reservations I was told to make a reservation for a 3 day special $145.00 and then pay the regular rate of $62.00 per night for our site. Little did I know that the rate only includes 2 people and each child was a extra $8.50 per night. I even asked when my daughter and son-in -law stayed the first night why I had to pay for them when 6 people were allowed on a site and was told that only 4 were allowed because of the special rate. Never a word about the extra for the kids on the remaining 4 nights. What a rip.....I paid $492.75 for a 7 night stay. I know we will never stay at a KOA again. Janet Clevenger
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Sean Bert
reviewed in the last week
Great value. Well-maintained park with a bona fide conservation mission that feels good to support. Recommend doing the driving tour earlier in the day to see the lions in action. Definitely recommend checking out the giraffe feeding exhibit after the tour. You can pay $2.50 to feed lettuce to the animals, but you can stand right next to them and watch for free. Highly recommended for animal lovers of all ages. Plenty of rides and attractions for younger guests as well.
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Strategic Minds
reviewed 3 months ago
My daughter is a big fan of animals and being down here in South Florida, there are very few quality zoos. The West Palm Beach Zoo pales in comparison. We bought annual passes and while it's a 1 hour drive away, it's well worth the money. The really great thing about the annual pass is the 20% off pricing for everything. It actually makes food prices reasonable (as in on-par) with eating at Subway, etc. The drive through safari alone is worth it, but coupled with a great petting zoo, giraffe feeding, and the children's rides and waterpark, it becomes an extremely reasonable alternative!
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Bruce Ostrout Jr
reviewed 10 months ago
2nd trip in 5 years and it is a very well maintained park everything looks as new as it did 5 years ago. IMO it is a little pricey and $6 for parking is high if it should be charged at all, but if you have kids 6-12 that have any interest in animals you really must take them. In our home town of Jacksonville the Zoo is about half the price and is supposedly a nationally acclaimed Zoo, but it doesn't come close to Lion Country Safari. So it might be half the price but LCS is 10 times better. Only thing I was dissapointed with is 5 years ago they had 2 beautiful elephants and this year there were none. It was cool however to ride in the middle of 10 or more rhinos. Make sure to get there early on hot days.
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