Wild Wilderness Drive-Through Safari
Over 180 acres have now been developed into a park setting. The Safari has expanded to include petting areas where visitors can interact with pygmy goats and kangaroos. Other areas of the park include enclosed pens of porcupines, cavies, exotic birds, primates, and zebras. In the drive-through area, tigers, leopards, and lions may be found along with bears and hoofed animals including cape buffalo, American bison, longhorn cattle, wildebeests, camels, antelope, and numerous species of deer. There is also a hippopotamus who has the pleasure of his own pond. Ostriches and emus also roam the park.
First time visitors are in for a pleasant surprise to find such a beautiful animal park in a small town nestled in the Ozarks. The Safari is open 365 days a year. In the spring, many school groups visit the park with bus-loads of excited children. Weekends typically bring families who spend a pleasurable day playing with the animals and having a picnic. Be sure to plan your visit soon, and bring your camera to snap pictures to show your friends and co-workers!
Wild Wilderness Drive-Through Safari is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media