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West Coast Game Park Bandon

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West Coast Game Park
Hwy 101
7 miles South of
Bandon
OR
97411
Tel: 541 347 3106

Where are we going today?

Experience West Coast Game Park, the original walk thru Safari, where visitors meet, pet, film, and walk among hundreds of FREE roaming wildlife. The park was established in 1968. Pet a cub, a pup or kit, enjoy and meet the many and varied species of youngsters presented by park attendants for an extra special, visitor interaction with nature's wildlife. While hand-raising and presenting the wild has been our specialty, visitors can expect to see an extensive array of majestic adult lions, tigers, snow leopards, bears, chimps, black panthers, cougars, lynx, bision, camels, zebras, elk to name a few. Visitors of all ages are amazed, entertained and astonished by the original and innovative way of meeting, mingling, petting and seeing wildlife, offering an unsurpassed adventure in meeting the animals and a one-of-a-kind, lasting, exciting memory in getting to know the wild.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $20
  • ChildrenFrom $10
  • Free Under: 12 months.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Varies on season but a minimum of 10-4

What people are saying?

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    This place should be shut down! The conditions for the animals are appalling, inhumane, and cruel. The animals are stressed and pace or sit, shut down, in inadequately small and unstimulating enclosures, often without others of their kind, even the animals that are group or herd animals. The only thing to see here is how cruel, ignorant, and greedy humans can be. I left the "park" crying. As an aside, the park is run down and not kept up. It's a sad and depressing place, complete with peeling paint and stench that goes beyond the keeping of animals....Read More

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    My family had a great time. We got to pet a bear cub, tiger cub, and lion cub. Staff members were friendly & kept us safe. Lots of animals roaming around in the petting zoo area, peacocks, deer, goats, donkey. Plenty of exotic animals too, multiple leopards & tigers, a cougar. Also ostrich, reindeer, zebra, elk, and many more.

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    WORST GAME PARK EVER !!!!!! Very small cages, neurotic animals pacing or trotting in circles constantly. Loosing their hair.And such SAD EYES !!!!!! Obviously no one cares about the animals. They just want to make money. I can't believe the SPCA hasn't shut this operation down long ago. PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THIS PARK.

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    Sad conditions for the animals. Super small cages for the big cats, bear and Chimps. The bigger animals looked like they were going stir crazy and did not look content at all. This place claims to rehabilitate but that is surely no the case. I asked what they were going to do when the little tiger cub grew up and they said they were going to mate it with their female. That is not helping the problem

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    A DISGRACE!!!!!! We treat our war criminals better than these animals. The cages are small, old and bare. The animals are sad looking and skinny. I am embarassed to say this place is in the USA.It should be SHUT DOWN!

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by Leslie Collord

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This place should be shut down! The conditions for the animals are appalling, inhumane, and cruel. The animals are stressed and pace or sit, shut down, in inadequately small and unstimulating enclosures, often without others of their kind, even the animals that are group or herd animals. The only thing to see here is how cruel, ignorant, and greedy humans can be. I left the "park" crying. As an aside, the park is run down and not kept up. It's a sad and depressing place, complete with peeling paint and stench that goes beyond the keeping of animals.

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