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African Safari Wildlife Park

African Safari Wildlife Park is pet-friendly. You are only permitted to bring a dog with you to the Park. Dogs must be on a leash in the Walk-Thru Safari, and in the Drive-Thru they cannot stick their head out the window and interact with any of the animals. Dogs must be under control of owner. Owners are responsible for picking up after their dogs. No other type of pet is allowed into our Park due to animal health and safety regulations. This includes cats, birds, rodents, reptiles, etc. African Safari Wildlife Park reserves the right to have any dog removed from the Park at any time. Drive your own car through and get in touch with your wild side with hundreds of exotic animals! Have you ever fed a Bison? Been nose-to-nose with a Giraffe? If not, you will in their Drive-Thru Safari! From Alpaca to Zebra, you’ll see it all. The park is open every day of the week from 9am to 7pm. Visit Website

Or call (419) 732-3606 for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

African Safari Wildlife Park has received a rating of 3.7 out of 5 bones by 3 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Lori
    Aug. 29, 2021
    Super pet friendly

    So kind to the dogs. They were allowed in the car, walking, and in the gift store.

  • Denise
    Aug. 5, 2021
    Great Fun

    We took our two big dogs to the park and they had a great time looking at the animals. We went in May when it was not that crowded so we could take are time- you can go through the park as many times as you want. My Mom and I had a great time seeing the animals and laughing at how the dog reacted to seeing the animals come up to the car for food.

  • Jordie
    Jun. 14, 2021
    Dont waste your money

    We spent nearly $100 for 3 people in one car to drive through the park. The driving trail is short, about half a mile, a dirt road through a couple of large dirt enclosures. The animals that we were able to feed consisted of deer, a few types of cows, and llamas. There were bison, a couple of zebras and emus, an eland, and an oryx, all fenced away from the cars so we could see them but not feed them. There were no giraffes out due to rain. While you can drive the loop as many times as you want, after 2 laps we were bored. We bought extra food to give the animals ($15 for a couple plastic cups of grain and some romaine lettuce), and without that it would have been extremely dull. The park is not responsible if the animals damage your vehicle, which is a real risk. We brought our 3 small dogs, who were well behaved, but we were chastised repeatedly by park attendants seemingly every time the dogs moved in their seats. We had had enough after the drive through area, and skipped the walking area altogether. Not enough fun to spend that much money!

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