Did you know that your day out in Chehaw is not just a day out in an amazing park? In fact, you get to spend the day around amazing animals from all over the world, too!
Founded close to 80 years ago, Chehaw Park is 700 acres of pristine, conservation land as well as a wild animal park. It's a unique South Georgia attraction, and is great for kids of all ages!
Chehaw is devoted to three areas - conservation, preservation and education. This gives kids not only an amazing day out of adventure and wildlife, but also an invaluable learning experience too.
From the Wild Animal Park to the endless recreational opportunities, Chehaw has an activity for every visitor, so let's go and see what nature’s playground has to offer you!
Chehaw Wild Animal Park features a host of natural habitat exhibits that you can explore throughout the day, with native and exotic animals. Visitors can stroll the scenic boardwalks which will take you through the cypress swamps, and see many animal exhibits that feature creatures from all over the world. You can find yourself coming face to face with African Black Rhino, American Bald Eagles, Free Ranging Lemurs, Cheetah, Zebra and many more!
Make sure you also head to the Children's Farm close by, where kids can enjoy time with Miniature Horses, Alpacas, Pigs and Goats, just to name a few, then enjoy special programs at the Amphitheater and tour the Reptile and Small Animal House!
If you want to just hang out in the park, you can enjoy the children’s play park, picnic areas, BMX track, Disc Golf course, stocked catfish pond, nature trails, boat dock on Lake Chehaw, Mountain Bike Trail and camping area
What a WILD day out in South Georgia - are you excited to have a ROAR-ing day out?
$3 for park / $8.20 for zoo
$2 for park / $5.30 for zoo (Ages 5-12)
You can take a picnic and enjoy it in the park! There are plenty of picnic spots
Whilst the closing time for the zoo is 4:30pm, animals will start to be put up for the night at 4:30 p.m. Guests must exit by 5 pm
Of course there is a gift shop in the zoo that you can pick up those animal-tastic items!
They offer camps, as well as field trips so just speak to staff about arranging for a time for students to visit!
Make sure to bring some water!
If you purchase zoo admission, you need to purchase park admission also to enter the park