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Wildlife Safari, Winston

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Wildlife Area
See more than 500 animals roaming freely throughout a 243 hectare (600 acre) park when you visit Wildlife Safari. Drive through the 2.4 km (4.5 mi) stretch to view animals from around the world in open spaces, and see many animals up close. After the drive, wander through the safari village to see even more animals, the White Rhino Event Center, gardens, a playground, gift shop, and cafe. Inside the village, explore the petting zoo and Australia walkabout exhibit, where you can enter with an enclosure with wallaroos. You can sign up for special encounters, such as lion and bear feedings, cheetah walking and petting, camel rides, and camping. Before you head to Winston, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Winston vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Winston has to offer, including Wildlife Safari.
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  • Did the drive through safari with our two year old and we all loved it. 30+ animals, some very close to the car including ostriches that stick their heads right on in. Great herd of elk, buffalo, baby...  more »
  • Took my 2 grandsons 10 & 6 and they loved it. Great number of animals. Up close and personal. Lots of fun for all ages.  more »
  • Love this place. My family and I recently stopped in for the day. We had a blast! All of the animals seemed so happy and well cared for. All staff members we encountered were great. I can't wait to co...  more »
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  • Getting back to nature the "wild" way. Wonderful relaxing drive through the park. Go at your own pace. Seeing these creatures up close is breathtaking. We went on the giraffe tour and to the elephant watering hole. Highly recommend.
  • Wonderful experience. 600 acres without cages for the majority of animals. Great staff. There are places you can buy some food to feed SOME of the animals. $17 for seniors.$20 for adults... can't remember what it was for kids. Took about 1-1/2 hours...drive through as many times as you wish. Also spent and extra $15 to get up close and personal with an Argentinan wolf and a cougar. Fun for all ages.
  • Just as magical as I remember. On our drive there it was rainy and dark but as we pulled up to the front Gates the clouds cleared and the sun shined her brilliant rays upon us. It was my son 6 yrs old my husband and I. My sons first time..... and he was soooooooooo amazed! All the animals running free he said. He loved driving around all of the big cats, zebras and gazelles, and all of the birds. Had a big old happy smiling face when we left. Can't wait to return!!!!!😍😍😍😍😍
  • Great place to spend the day with kids! Tons of things to see, and do. We really have a great time every time we go. The drive through generally takes 60-90 minutes, but there is a lot to see in Safari Village as well. There are a bunch of animal exhibits, a restaurant, gift shop, train rides, camel rides, and more. Great place for kids!
  • Drive through zoo. It was fun. The driving portion of the zoo took us about 90 minutes. There are a lot of animals and they are relatively easy to see. If you like ostriches, they like to be obstructions on the road. Two-thirds through the drive they let you buy some food. The Emus are especially eager to eat the food and might startle younger kids. If you're lucky you can find smaller birds nearby to feed. After the drive you are not done. The safari village is a mini-zoo with an upper and lower sections. There are many smaller animals here that you wouldn't be able to see on a drive-through safari. We spent another 2 hours there. We didn't ride the camels, but we did ride the train and play with the parakeets.