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Wild Animal Safari Pine Mountain

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Wild Animal Safari
1300 Oak Grove Road
Pine Mountain
GA
31822
Tel: 706-663-8744

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Visitors can ride through the park, observe, take pictures and feed the animals from their car,one of the Zebra Vans or the guided tour bus (seasonal). Hundreds of exotic animals - a true worldwide safari!!


Winding through 200 acres of natural environment on 3 1/2 miles of paved road, you will have a chance to touch a Giraffe, come face to face with American Bison, and see many other animals from all over the world in a natural setting. Have you ever seen a Yakatusi, Nilgai, Rhea, Black Buck Antelope, Watusi, North American Elk ??? After your safari through the drive through section, you’ll be able to tell your family and friends you have !!!

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    I went here as part of my dad's father's day gift. Everyone had a blast and it was the first time in a while that I really heard my mom and dad laughing. It was truly a memorable experience feeding all the animals. As everyone else mentioned, the slobber rags and renting your car are probably a good idea. Renting a vehicle is fairly inexpensive especially if you consider the fact that if you took your car, you're going to want to give it a good car wash afterwards. The reason why I don't give it a 5 star is also like what everyone else mentioned:...Read More

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    I went with my boyfriend. We had a great time. There are a lot of animals and they all know the drill for how get food. Buy at least 2 bags of feed and don't be too squeamish about getting slobber on your hands. Make sure you rent one of their vehicles because a lot of the animals have large horns/antlers and can unintentionally damage your car.

    It is a great experience if you have kids. Like a lot of attractions it can expensive quickly so be prepared but it is worth a trip.

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    It's like an African Safari in Georgia!!!! Lots of animals. Awesome and knowledgeable friendly staff. Oh...and did I mention that it's super affordable?!?!?!??! Great for families and animal lovers.

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    We have been going for nearly 20 years. So many of the animals are obviously missing this year. Kind of a let down. Still a great place to go if you've never been.

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    There a are a few animals to see. Only we see deer, pigs, zebras, girafe, rhino and cows. Atlanta zoo is better. The rent bus are dirt but for a safary is Ok.

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by Stephen T

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I went here as part of my dad's father's day gift. Everyone had a blast and it was the first time in a while that I really heard my mom and dad laughing. It was truly a memorable experience feeding all the animals. As everyone else mentioned, the slobber rags and renting your car are probably a good idea. Renting a vehicle is fairly inexpensive especially if you consider the fact that if you took your car, you're going to want to give it a good car wash afterwards. The reason why I don't give it a 5 star is also like what everyone else mentioned: "it's poorly managed". Sure most of the deer look in fairly good condition, but some of the other animals, not so much. Many of them missing patches of fur, look distressed, malnourished. Most of the animals were covered in Georgia red clay adding to the pity factor. Passing by the lone Rhino was depressing as he laid limp under the shade just watching with us with one eye. Many of the larger animals such as the Giraffes, lions, tigers were all in the same condition.

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