Safari Niagara, Stevensville
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Board a tram, ride pedal bike go-karts, or simply walk through the Silent Forest at Safari Niagara. The site is home to more than 1,000 animals, including native and exotic mammals, reptiles, and birds. The safari offers a number of family-friendly activities, such as sport fishing, a multi-level adventure ropes course, splash pads, jumping pillows, and paddle boats. Visit a miniature barn and a farmyard of small animals. Watch eagles, falcons, owls, and vultures right before your eyes. Amenities include benches and picnic tables. Stainless-steel sculptures created on-site by Niagara artist Rod Dowling--some over 15 m (50 ft) high--dot the landscape. Put Safari Niagara at the forefront of your travel plans using our Stevensville travel itinerary planner.
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We had a fantastic time for our first visit and we will be back! Love all the extra things to do, kite flying, fishing etc. All included in the price. Can't wait to go back next year!
Easy to spend an entire day here. We watched hippos each only a few feet away from us. We fed giraffes right out of our hands.(bring some loonies for the giraffe food)
Overall we enjoyed this zoo park. There are areas geared more to kids such as a rope course and splash pad that operate in the summer but not in the off season when we visited. By far the highlight we... read more »
Good to expend a whole day with the kids. It is like a zoo with some attractions on the side. Big playground and splash pad. The tram is a good alternative to walking. If you live in the region the season pass is a great option. My youngest son loves this park, so do I.
I took my grandkids here for the day. We had lots of fun seeing the animals and feeding some. Kids had fun swinging and sliding in the sandy area. We had a great day. All ages could come here. Looking forward to go again. gord h
Not a bad day. Animals are always great to view. Thought some of the cages to be small but the animals seem well cared for. The picnic idea is great. Lots of tables. The kids enjoyed the rides and the play area. Well managed an supervised. Overall a good way to spend time with family. Thought should have more access to water. On a hot day a cool bottle if water provides fantastic relief. Saw no fountains. Some water sold at $2.00. Suggestion: take a train tour when you arrive. You can see where everything is and plan some if the activities. Lots to do but the walking will tire you out. Some activities: carts, paddle boats, fishing, kites and some amusement rides.Good to have s plan. Yes, I would return to Safari Niagara. Good day with the family!
The place is great, my only down fall for giving it a full five stars is that they do not have a family changing area or bathroom. I am a single mother of a boy with severe autism and I can't bring him into the girls room because that may make someone uncomfortable and I can't bring him into the men's room because that may make someone uncomfortable. I am forced to change him behind the changing area with towels for privacy. It's not right. I really hope they change that and make a family area.
Lions. Tigers. And, you guessed it, bears. Possibly the Niagara area's most family-friendly destination, this outdoor, family-owned and operated attraction offers an array of activities for all ages and abilities. A full-scale zoo provides an up-close experience with nature and includes interactive educational shows and tours and animal feeding opportunities.
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