Safari Niagara

Gladys, one of the hippos at Safari Niagara.

Safari Niagara, a 150-acre, privately-owned and operated nature park, invites you to spend the day with more than 750 animals of native and exotic mammals, reptiles, and birds. There are so many ways to explore the park's animals... visitors can view them at their own pace; on a free, educational guided walking tour; or on a narrated tram ride/tour.

New White Lion Exhibit

This year, Safari Niagara has expanded and added some new exhibits: White Lion and White Rhino, as wells as an interactive Reptile Exhibit & Presentation and the Free Flight Budgie Experience.

Get up close and personal with the animals.

Safari Niagara has some of the most beautiful and fascinating animals in the world just waiting to meet you. The park provides an unprecedented opportunity for kids of all ages to view, interact with, and learn about the different species that share our planet, all while engaging in a fun and rewarding outdoor adventure!

Safari Niagara Slpash Pad

SkyQuest is a brand new multi-level adventure ropes course at Safari Niagara.

Safari Niagara has many adventures for the entire family. Splash, laugh, jump, run, play, learn! There’s never a dull moment with an endless array of activities to enjoy in the 10-acre beautifully landscaped park. Challenge yourself on the ropes course, cool off at the splash pad, hang out at the play area, witness the wonders of flight, and learn how animals communicate. Visit Papa Steve's Family Farm, a unique area of the park that features a miniature barn, complete with a farmyard of pint-sized animals. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the many shaded picnic areas! Enjoy a leisurely ride in the paddle boats or go fishing in a catch-and-release fish pond.

Safari Niagara’s Outdoor Summer Concert Series is an annual event featuring live music performed live on stage at Safari Niagara Amphitheatre. Concerts are scheduled all Summer long inside the grass-seating, 90,000 sq. ft. outdoor concert venue. The amphitheatre, which accommodates up to 5,000 people, is the wildest setting to take in live music.

At Safari Niagara, you and your family will have a one-on-one connection with nature and the opportunity to meet animals and birds up close, while enjoying many park activities. You are sure to have a fun, memorable experience at Safari Niagara.

For more information, visit: Safari Niagara closes October 14, 2013, for the season.

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