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Safari Niagara, Stevensville

(3.4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I've been to other zoos and this one in particular made me feel uncomfortable and sad for the animals. Even though it was summer time and animals get hot, some of the animals looked like they were unc...  more »
  • We go to safari niagara every year !!! We love it!! It's kept very clean. Great place to visit, with family or even couple who enjoys a unique day trip.  more »
  • There is so much to do at Safari. From the animals to the shows and the rides and splash pad. Great value for the dollar.  more »
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  • Safari Niagara is a small, privately owned zoo. It's fully accredited, and very well kept, as well as continually improved and updated. Their new Bengal tiger enclosure is really nice. It's a great place to bring the kids for a day, or just go for a fun walk. I personally like their bird of prey show.
  • 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.
  • Never knew this was here. Kind of a combination between safari and zoo. Not as big as other safaris, but still lots of great exhibits. Some exhibits were closed or under construction -- it would have been nice if they had signs pointing this out and explaining the situation.
  • Great place for families. One of the few attractions in Niagara that feels like it's for the people that live here not the tourists. If you haven't been it's a wonderful spot to spend the day.
  • Great zoo. All animals looked healthy and we'll kept. We visited end of season so many of the FREE extras such as splash pad, climbing gym, paddle boats were closed but admission was reduced because of it. On a side note for those who play Pok√©mon Go ... there are a huge number of Pokestops and about 6 gyms inside this zoo.