Love animals? Yes? Then of course it makes sense to spend your family day out surrounded by those adorable creatures!
North Georgia Wildlife and Safari Park is home to over 400 animals, so there are plenty of animal encounters to be had with the family. Of these 400 animals, there are over 100 breeds of rare and miniature livestock, so kids will be able to experience a diverse collection to learn about, and have fun with!
They love teaching everyone who visits all about these amazing creatures. From the reclusive reptiles, to the friendly farm animals, to even some carnivores, the North Georgia Wildlife and Safari Park will also inform kids on how they protect these animals too. An invaluable lesson!
North Georgia Wildlife and Safari Park like to offer more options than a regular zoo, so you can really fit them into what YOU want. There are close encounters and personal interaction experiences, as well as just general admission which still allows you to feed those miniature and rare breed farm animals!
Don't miss taking advantage of the drive-thru safari experience either! View animals from the comfort of your car! See Camels, Zebras, Warthog, Ostrich and then you have the new Bush Drive where you can drive right into the habitat where curious antelope, cows, emus and more looking for treats greeting you right at your car window!
If you're brave, you can always try out the reptile encounter, where you can TOUCH a range of snakes, tortoise, and bugs! Be brave!
Animal fun all around at this family friendly zoo in North Georgia. Don't forget to watch out for those baby animals - you will need your camera for those!
Park admission: $24.99 / Safari admission $14.99 / Petting Farm $8
(Ages 2 to 12) Park admission: $24.99 / / Safari admission $14.99 / Petting Farm $6
Conservation is an important part of the zoo, so they care, connect and conserve animals. They also house several endangered species.
Don't forget to buy feed cups and buckets for the animals too! They start from $1
Make sure you check out all the additional packages. They start from $5 for the camel, up to $32 for package deals
What would a zoo be without some gift shopping! They have souvenirs, homemade crafts, and things for the animal lover! Profits go directly back into the zoo
They can bring the zoo to you! They offer educational programs, so give them a call to arrange for your school to visit them, or have the zoo go to your school!
Give them a call to see how they can help you if you have special needs.
The last ticket is sold 1 hour before closing.