- Address 1790 Safari Rd., Winston, OR 97496
- Phone (541) 679-6761
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website https://wildlifesafari.net
The park gives you the chance to escape on a wild African Safari and get up close to Ostrich, Watusi cattle, Lions and Zebra. Venture through the homes of hippos and the land of the scimitar horned oryx. Your Safari journey will take you through Southern Africa where the Rhino and Giraffe rule. Carry on to interpretive wetlands, cleaning the local waters in reaffirmation of our commitment to the soil before venturing into the land of bears, bison and elk within the sprawling canyon forests of North America.
Take a trip past the incredibly inspiring African elephants and prepare to enter the land of emu, yak and white-naped cranes as your tour of the incredibly diverse wildlife of planet Earth continues on in Asia. Dare yourself to end your journey with a trip through a carnivore loop featuring Wildlife Safari’s top cheetah breeding grounds and ferocious Sumatran Tigers. At Wildlife Safari, adventure rules daily.
And it isn’t just a drive-through animal park. Wildlife Safari boasts one of the top cheetah breeding research centers on Earth and is the number one cheetah breeding facility outside of Africa & number two on Earth. Scores of students enter Wildlife Safari’s internship programs each year and an international veterinary medicine program resides on Safari grounds. Hundreds of young students are reached each year by education programs for school-aged children and some high school students even attend ecology, English and mathematics classes on site.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit and self-funded park, your support through ticket sales, online purchases, membership, donations or volunteer assistance, help us to maintain the highest standards of animal husbandry and care. Wildlife Safari receives no tax funding but, with your help, maintains the highest standards in the zoological community through accreditation with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA)- a designation that fewer than 10% of animal parks in the country can claim.