Wildlife Safari

1790 Safari Road, Winston, OR, United States

(541) 679-6761

Open Daily: Drive-Thru: 9:00am to 6:00pm (Last vehicle admitted at 5:00pm)

Wildlife Safari is a fun-filled family destination where you can view over 500 animals in their natural habitat roaming freely much as they do in the wild! Visitors to the park drive through a 4.5 mile trek to see animals from Africa, Asia and the America’s. This unique setting offers many opportunities to get up close and personal with animals large and small.

The free Safari Village is home to over 100 unique animals, a petting zoo, beautiful gardens, the Gift Shop, Safari Village Café and the White Rhino Event Center.

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