Wild Florida to reopen Safari Park for guests

  • In the drive-thru safari park, guests can ride in their own car and identify more than 100 native and exotic animals from the comfort and safety of their own car.
    In the drive-thru safari park, guests can ride in their own car and identify more than 100 native and exotic animals from the comfort and safety of their own car.
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Wild Florida’s Drive-thru Safari Park will reopen as it operates in compliance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendations for social distancing.

In the drive-thru safari park, guests can ride in their own car and identify more than 150 native and exotic animals from the comfort and safety of their vehicle. This experience is hands-free, as guests can book online, check-in and ride through without any human contact.
Regarding other opportunities in the attraction, Wild Florida will continue to suspend all of its airboat tours, animal encounters and Gator Park until further notice.
Sam Haught, co-owner at Wild Florida explained, “Fortunately, our Drive-thru Safari Park allows people to get out of the house and practice social distancing. We are glad to offer a safe activity that is fun and affordable for families during these unprecedented times.”
Safari hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the last vehicle entering the safari at 5 p.m. Prices are significantly discounted to help families during this crisis: $15 for adults and $10 for kids.
Wild Florida is the world’s only Airboat, Gator & Drive-thru Safari Park. Wild Florida opened on Lake Cypress in Kenansville in 2010 and focuses on educating individuals on Florida’s natural environment through interactive experiences. The Wild Florida team is dedicated to protecting, conserving, and enhancing Florida’s diverse ecosystem to ensure that future generations can enjoy the wonders of wild, native Florida.