ROAR! Can you hear that kids? That could be the sound of the lion you are about to meet! It might also be the cougar...or the tiger....or the jaguar.....!
Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park is filled with nearly 180 animals from all over the world! With 60 species for the kids to see up close, it's a great learning experience for so many creatures - not just the big cats themselves!
At only 45 minutes from Toronto, it's an easy and fun day out from the city. Here, you can walk at your own pace around the park, and see all the animals who are waiting to say hello! As you walk, there are interpretive signs posted throughout the zoo, so you can really learn about the creatures, their habits and habitats as you go
Don't miss the daily feeds at Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park, because every day at 1:30pm you can see and learn all about these amazing creatures feeding habits!
There are modern viewing platforms and observation stations too, which give unique view points of the entire zoo.
Additional Behind The Scenes encounter options allow such experiences as feeding lemurs, walking with tigers or stroking wolves! There are over night programs, as well as safari camps and feeding tours, so you can immerse yourself in the animal world as much or as little as you like!
Great animal fun in Ontario - and the only thing missing is you!
Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park is located an hour east of Toronto in the Municipality of Clarington.Get directions
$10.00 to $15
One of only 24 zoological parks and aquariums in Canada that are fully accredited by the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA), a non-profit organization established to promote the welfare of animals.
A Snack Bar offering light meals is open during the summer season. All that exploring makes for hungry work!
Take a camera! They also have great programs including behind the scenes and night safari's which are super fun!
There is a gift shop where you can pick up some great gifts and merchandise of your time at the zoo!
Families are also welcome to bring their own lunches, which can be enjoyed on the patio.
Give them a call if you have any questions about accessibility of the exhibits! They will be happy to help
During winter they are open weather permitting, so call in advance to check