Tennessee Safari Park
Where are we going today?

At the present time, Tennessee Safari Park have over 400 animals representing 80 different species. You're more than welcome to feed, pet, and photograph any of their animals through the 2 1/2 mile drive-thru part of your tour, but remember ONLY THEIR SPECIALTY FEED can be fed to their animals. Any other kind of food or drink can harm them. Afterwards kids are welcome into the petting area, which features the usual furry suspects plus, in this instance, a giraffe!

West Tennessee is the ideal climate and environment for the animals. The weather is never too extreme and the land is suitable for all the species. More than 200 baby zebras have been born at the park since the 1980s and more than 80 baby animals of other species have been born there in the past 10 years. In addition to the Safari Park, this is a working farm with an additional 200 acres set aside for growing cotton and raising cattle.

I'm hungry!

Take your own picnic lunch.

Are we there yet?

From Jackson: Take Exit 79 off of I-40 to U.S. 412 west toward Alamo. Drive 16 miles. About one mile after Green Frog Village, take a left onto Conley Road. Follow Conley Road until you reach the park entrance on the right.

From Dyersburg: Take 412 east off I-55, turn right on Conley Dr. Property located 200 feet on right.

Other Information?

They are pleased to offer special accommodations for birthday parties and guided trailer tours. If you need to come in earlier or stay later than their posted times, please contact them.

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Please call Tennessee Safari Park before you set on your journey, to make sure it is open - we try our best to keep information on the website up to date, but it is always worth checking before you leave.

Also it may be worth clicking the link for Tennessee Safari Park website, so see if there are any special events or seasonal things to do that may be going on throughout the day.
Tennessee Safari Park
637 Conley Road
Alamo TN 38001

Telephone: 731 696 4423
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Adult: $12

Child: $8

Free entry for children under: $1


ENTRY TIMES:

Open From: The park is open 7 days a week from early spring until late fall.

Gates open: Mon to Sat 10am to 5pm; Sun 12pm to 5pm.

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