Safari NiagaraCurrently Closed
- Address: 2821 Stevensville Rd, Stevensville, ON L0S 1S0, Canada, Fort Erie
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9053829669
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Zoo, Wildlife Safari, Family And Kids
Zoo is the place to interact with animals without climbing the hills or taking a long walk in forest. Safari Niagara enables you to have a lovely interaction with wild animals. Spread across 150 acres of land, Safari Niagara is a private nature park. It is home to more than 1000 animals of native species including reptiles, mammals, and birds. All the animals are well cared for, and the zoo has appropriate resources to keep the animals in the right habitat. There are some good food stalls near the park, but you are also allowed to bring your own food and beverages. The playground area also has picnic tables. Your kids will be happy to see the animals like lions, tigers, rhinos, giraffe, camel, monkeys, parrots and so on. You can have fun with the rope courses, splash pad, and paddle boats here.
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Safari Niagara Reviews & Ratings
Very impressed with the staff. I stopped by today and attended 2 different talks given by the Haley and Chris. I asked a ton of questions about the animals and the service that they provide. I was very impressed with their knowledge and passion for the animals. Loved the isolated location for the animals. Very kid friendly and fun for adults. Loved all of the info plaques on better informing the public about the animals, different regions that they live, and info on the impact that humans make on the wildlife. Would definitely recommend going.
Went with the kids. There didn't seem to be a lot of animals out in the park. Most were either sleeping in their dens or hiding. Nice place, not too big. There's a few playgrounds also for the kids to play at. And there's a hop on/hop off tram service that's constantly rising around the park if you want a grand tour instead of exploring yourself....
This place is well run. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. Lots of wildlife to see, lots of shows available, and the few missing wildlife when I went during the end of spring should all be back for the summer. One of the nicest zoo like experiences available in all of Ontario I think. They also have a shuttle bus that goes around if you don't want to walk all the way, but I'd recommend walking if you want to check out all the hidden gems, since the bus probably can't make it through most of the little side roads. If you're in the area, definitely check it out, we'll worth your time and money.
Kilman's better based on how close you get and price but this is an OK zoo for the region. Good selection of animals. More workers working and not driving around on carts might help. Might lower the cost of pricing so local working class families can afford it more often.
This place is amazing. I wish we lived closer, I would definitely buy a seasons pass. Everything is included with your admission, except food for animals and yourself. The tram, rope course, splash pad, paddle boats, peddle carts, playgrounds, etc. If I could give 10 stars, I would