Aloha Safari Park

Cameron, NC

Zoos & Wildlife
4 (5 reviews)

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Address: 159 Mini Ln, Cameron, NC 28326, USA How do we get there? Number: (919) 770-7109
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There is something special about a zoo anyway - experiencing creatures from all over the world, all in the one place. But at Aloha Safari Park, there is something even more special for the kids to experience.

They are actually a rescue zoo, which means all of the 300 exotic creatures have come from a back background, but have a second chance in life! It's a great learning experience for the kids.

At Aloha Safari Park, there is also a petting zoo with those sweet barn animals - as well as camels! Kids - do you know the difference between camels with one hump and two? Ask at the zoo and you'll find out!

Kids can come face to face with some amazing creatures, including bears, tigers, and zebra. Make sure they chat to the staff and understand the stories and personalities of the animals. It's an invaluable experience where they can understand the connection we really do have with the creatures on this planet, and why we should take care of the them all.

Ready to go on safari? No, we don't mean in Africa - we mean on the Safari Ride! This guided fun around the perimeter of the park gives the family plenty to see within the enclosures, and gives you a chance to see the animals that might have been hiding before!

You might even spot some free roaming breeds too!

Sweet animal fun at the Aloha Safari Park, where they really have the animals best interest at heart! Don't forget those cameras! 

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How much does it cost?



$12 + tax. Feed cups $3



Same as adult


Free Under

24 months.


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Aloha Safari Park FAQ’s

They are a not for profit rescue centre doing some truly amazing work. Well done all! They have really saved the animals from neglect, and rely on donations to help them continue.

The Safari Zoo tour and Petting Zoo food is an additional $3 each.

If you mean can you have a sense of how wonderful some people can be towards animals, and how they need our help, then yes you can!

They would love to have groups visit! Give them a call to see what can be arranged.

It's always good to take bottled water in your bag to keep you hydrated!

Give them a call if you need wheelchair access, and see what they have at the zoo

The zoo need all the help they can get, so they welcome donations, fundraising activities, and volunteers.

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