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Safari Niagara
2821 Stevensville Road
Stevensville
ON
L0S 1S0
Tel: 866 367 9669

Where are we going today?

Safari Niagara, a 110-acre, privately-owned and operated nature park, is home to more than 500 animals of native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds.

Visitors of all ages and abilities can experience the park's inhabitants on their own or through free, educational guided walking tours or a narrated tram ride. There are also interactive, educational demonstrations including birds of prey and threatened species presentations, plus supervised, educational giraffe and hippo feedings.

You can get even closer in the petting farm yard or try your hand at a little catch-and-release fishing.

In addition, visitors can enjoy spending quality time with their families and friends at Safari Niagara by taking part in many free activities including paddle boating, kite-flying and playing at the large playgrounds, sandbox and animal-themed splash pad.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$19.95
  • Children$15.95
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Mid May to Mid October. May 12 to May 31: 9 to 5 daily; June 1 to Sept. 3: 9 to 6 daily; Sept. 4 to

I'm Hungry!

The park also offers plenty of shaded picnic areas, a counter-service restaurant and gift shop..

Any Top Tips?

Because of the splash pad take at least one change of clothes for them and favour the waterproof sunscreen..

Doing our bit

Safari Niagara is accredited by the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA). CAZA and its members are committed to the Canadian conservation movement..

Can I get one of those?

Cuddly and cute are just two words to describe the inhabitants of the Safari Niagara gift shop. Stop in on your way in or out to take home your very own fluffy tiger, lion or even a bear! There are tons of cool toys, puzzles, jewellery and souvenir t-shirts, magnets and keychains. Snacks and candies are also available. ATM machine and accessible washrooms are located inside the gift shop. Cash, debit and Visa accepted..

More information

All day Gator Express Tram is $3.00..

What people are saying?

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    We drove 2 hours from Toronto (one way) to visit this place and I'm very sorry to say that we were all bitterly disappointed. It is not a safari at all, in fact its a pretty sad excuse for a zoo too. the name is totally misleading. We did not get to see even one animal. When we talked to the staff about that, they said that the enclosures were very big and the animals were somewhere in there, the enclosures were not big by the way.

    I had checked their website out before purchasing the coupon, and it gave a totally different view of this place....Read More

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    If you have a family, you will love this place! A beautiful spacious place to view various animals up close and personal! I've taken my family here for the past 10 years- used to be called Zooz.
    Feeding giraffes, seeing hippos, kangaroos, and bald eagles up close, free rides, rope courses, fishing, chess, checkers,paddle boats... Really good time!

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    Animal enclosures leave much to be desired. Too many exhibits empty. Animal food dispensers were over priced. A few Belligerent employees. Organization of park is lacking overall. Cost of Admission isn't worth it. My kids enjoyed the playground area and hand feeding the buggies, otherwise not impressed. Save your $ and time, Go to the Toronto zoo. It costs about the same and you get WAY MORE bang for your buck.

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    DO NOT SUPPORT THIS COMPANY!

    I felt ashamed that I was even there. I have never seen such small, cramped and un-natural environments in Canada before!

    DISGUSTING!

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    I would give this no stars if I could. This is a terrible place. It is depressing and very dirty. The animals are sickly looking and lethargic. They are in enclosures that are way to small for them. I wouldn't house my dogs in some of these enclosures. The place smelled very bad and I couldn't even finish the tour because I was so upset by the condition of the animals and their enclosures. I plan on contacting whoever I can in Ontario to attempt to shut this place down. Please do not spend your money to continue this place. I regret giving...Read More

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by Kashif Dada

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We drove 2 hours from Toronto (one way) to visit this place and I'm very sorry to say that we were all bitterly disappointed. It is not a safari at all, in fact its a pretty sad excuse for a zoo too. the name is totally misleading. We did not get to see even one animal. When we talked to the staff about that, they said that the enclosures were very big and the animals were somewhere in there, the enclosures were not big by the way.

I had checked their website out before purchasing the coupon, and it gave a totally different view of this place. One of the staff members also told me that they had recently changed the name for Niagara zoos to Niagara safari, well I'm sure why they did that, because they could not compete with eh nearby Hamilton Lion Safari, which is a safari in its true word.

Very disappointed. its a total ripoff.

by Amy Martello

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I would give this no stars if I could. This is a terrible place. It is depressing and very dirty. The animals are sickly looking and lethargic. They are in enclosures that are way to small for them. I wouldn't house my dogs in some of these enclosures. The place smelled very bad and I couldn't even finish the tour because I was so upset by the condition of the animals and their enclosures. I plan on contacting whoever I can in Ontario to attempt to shut this place down. Please do not spend your money to continue this place. I regret giving them my money.

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