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Lion Country Safari, Loxahatchee

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Wildlife Area Nature / Park
Purportedly the first "cageless" animal park in the United States, the touring roads through Lion Country Safari weave among animals commonly found on African safari. After purchasing a ticket to the park, you'll be handed an audiotape or CD to play as a guided tour for your drive. It is important to drive slowly and keep doors and windows closed at all times. In the chimpanzee exhibit, chimps mimic their natural behavior by migrating from island to island within the park, and the exhibit are also used to research the primates' complex behavior. After the driving tour, the visit Safari World Ferris wheel, petting zoo, and rides. See Lion Country Safari and all Loxahatchee has to offer by arranging your trip with our Loxahatchee travel itinerary maker.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I had not been to LCS in over ten years. Went first thing on a Sunday morning (9:30am) and enjoyed EVERY moment. Had a coupon for $10 off per admission from my SaveAround book. Regular admission is $3...  more »
  • My family and I made a trip to the safari and it was such a unique experience. You are able to see the animals pretty close as you drive along the path. We actually had a rhino charge towards our vehi...  more »
  • This was a fantastic experience! It was so much more exciting than I thought and was a perfect way to spend an afternoon! Definitely would love to take my kids there if we were ever back in the Ft. La...  more »
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  • We didn't even bring the kids ... Or the grandchildren ... and STILL loved it! It was a great way to spend a few hours with the wildlife, without going to a bar or the beach. We went with friends who hadn't visited since the days when the lions were allowed to roam free, before the lawyers and insurance companies took over. It was great fun, a chance to get up close and personal with some beasts you would not otherwise encounter, even at the mall on Black Friday! Visit. It is worth every penny, particularly if you take the time to find the $8 off coupon.
  • Really great place to spend with the family. The safari was awesome and informative. They have a splash pad and water slides. Miniature golf and small rides for the kids. The food was good and price is reasonable. Can't wait to come back.
  • My wife and i took our 9 month old here this weekend and had a blast. We took our time driving through the safari, getting a good view of all their animals and learning from the CD provided by the staff apon entry. After the drive through safari, there was a very nice park with lots to do for the family, including a petting zoo, mini water park, and a few kiddie rides. The staff was super friendly and helpful, and snacks were reasonably priced. Also, for $2 you can feed giraffes some lettuce, which is a must do, they are amazing up close. All in all we spent about 5 hours in the park and would come again.
  • Absolutely awesome. Loved it to the core. Looking forward to my next visit already. The audio session was very informative and timely. Best experience ever. Thinking about getting a annual pass.
  • Good for kids and grow ups, we have an awesome family time, food is average for this kind of places but very reasonable prices. We got to feed the giraffe and kids had a blast at the petting zoo and also at the play ground/water park. I would highly recommend it.