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Wildlife Safari, Winston
(4.3/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
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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  • You get to drive around in your own car for a good hour and a half to two hours to see a variety of animals. If want to see carnivores hunting for preys on a prairie, this would not be the place. (Dri...  more »
  • so we don't support zoos, been vegetarians for over 26 yrs, you get the idea. but we DO support this place. it was great to see the animals so well taken care of. the lions were huge and fat and playi...  more »
  • Less animals than most zoos, but the environment is so much more appropriate for the animals and it shows in their behavior. Most of the animals you see at the Wildlife Safari look much happier and he...  more »
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  • Decently priced for the experience. Some of the enclosures were a little smaller than expected for a "safari." They say that they are the largest cheetah breeding facility in North America yet we couldn't see any except the one in the village. That makes it hard to support the cause when you can't see what you are supporting. The dog kennels outside of the village are a brilliant idea. They should have someone manning that area in case of emergencies though. Overall it was a good experience and something everyone should try at least once.
  • The staff was AMAZING. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. We not only got to see some beautiful animals but we learned all about them. Such a fun day
  • IS IT TRUE YOU ARE USING ELEPHANTS TO WASH CARS? HOPE I HAVE GOTTEN THE WRONG PLACE, AS IF IT IS TRUE, I WILL SHARE THIS ALL OVER EUROPE AND THE STATES... THIS IS CRIMINAL AND A SICK WAY TO HAVE A SAFARI. IF YOU ARE DOING THIS STOP NOW, YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF ANIMALS. I HOPE I AM WRONG
  • Not sure why there is a comment about this being the worst zoo in North America... It's not a zoo and the animals are not caged up like a zoo. They run freely for the most part and aren't forced to do anything. I've been on couch less encounters and today's was amazing with the elephants. We got to see Lizzy being bathed and we pet and fed Valerie. Neither were forced to do anything.
  • Great family fun. Better than the Oregon Zoo just because you can enjoy looking at the animals without the hassle of people barging through. A little expensive but well worth the drive and the animals are lots of fun. We had a lot of Emus poking there heads through and animals walk freely along the vehicles. It's a Beautiful, fun and exiting place to enjoy.