Safari Niagara Welcomes You to Summer 2014




School's out for the Summer! Well, not yet but it is just around the corner! Discover what the Niagara region has to offer and in particular - Safari Niagara, only 10 minutes from Niagara Falls. Safari Niagara is a 150-acre nature park located in Stevensville, Ontario, and home to over 750 animals, reptiles, and birds. Founded in 2002 by the Tykolis family, it is an awarding winning, Canadian Accredited Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA) and a Zoological Association of America (ZAA) facility. The park was awarded the 2013 Tourism Enterprise Award at the Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

The park hopes to bring to you and your family a one-on-one connection with nature. Experience the animals up close and really get to know them. Children of all ages can explore how we are all part of nature and where we fit in. The goal is inspire future conservationists and nature-lovers by bringing them into a new environment.

The 2014 season brings new changes to the park including a new Food and Beverage Manager, Chef Scott Wild, who will be taking the lead for Safari Niagara's food and beverage expansion. Additional food stations will be brought in, including the new trend setting food trucks, new menus, and healthy alternative options offering something for everyone!

Enjoy Family Favourites:


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. 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 is a wonderful destination for people of all ages to get up close with the parks inhabitants. The park is completely interactive with free educational animal presentations, guided tours, and a petting farm. The park is comprised of caring, trusted experts committed to ensuring that many endangered and threatened species are part of the worldís future.

Safari Niagara's 90,000 square foot, 4,500 capacity outdoor Amphitheatre offers an annual Summer concert series. Visit their website for announcements of the 2014 concert series and other special events.

Bring on the Summer!

For more information, visit: www.safariniagara.com.


Sassy the Siberian Tiger also referred to as an Amur Tiger.


Come feed the giraffes at Safari Niagara!


Hippos BoBo and Gladis


2 Male Southern White Rhinoceros, Haus and Toy


Jenny, Lexus, and Cazoo the Bactrian Camels


Cool off in the Splash Pad at Safari Niagara.


Climbing Skyquest


					
    							
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