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Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari, Ashland
(4.5/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
The Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari is a drive-through park located in the Omaha area near the town of Ashland, Nebraska, United States. The Park includes scenic prairies and wetlands that feature dozens of native North American animals including bison, elk, cranes and new Wolf Canyon overlook along with tram rides and a visitor center. The park is affiliated with Henry Doorly Zoo, and is located 22 miles west at Nebraska’s I-80 exit 426.
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  • This was our second time coming here, and it was so much nicer than the last time. Last year we visited end of July in super heat, this year it was about 60 degrees and sunny outside. The elk were sup...  more »
  • We were staying nearby at Mahoney state park and thought we'd check it out. Not our usual thing, but glad we did. It was humbling to see such large animals in such a large sanctuary that is their natu...  more »
  • Went in later afternoon in August. I'm glad we had a lifted 4x4 truck though, not sure how some cars manage to get through. We were able to see a lot of the animals on the drive, and we got to see the...  more »