PORT CLINTON, Ohio — African Safari Wildlife Park will be reopening to the public on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
The 65-acre outdoor Drive-Thru Safari will be the only attraction available to Guests, from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with the last car admitted at 4:00 PM. The Park’s Walk-Thru Safari, Safari Cafe, and playgrounds will remain closed until further notice.
African Safari Wildlife Park is an Open Outdoor Recreation Area and is safe to visit, allowed under the State of Ohio Order. All Guests and Park Employees are complying with Social Distancing Requirements. The Park is following current CDC and prevention guidelines and recommendations by encouraging Staff and Guests to stay home if they are unwell, emphasizing respiratory etiquette and hygiene, as well as the routine cleaning of all surfaces.
Similar Drive-Thru Safari Parks are open in the states of Texas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nebraska, Oregon, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Community members, friends, and animal lovers will once again be able to drive through African Safari Wildlife Park and be nose-to-nose with over 400 individual animals in the Drive-Thru Safari, all from the comfort and safety of their own vehicle. The Park provides a safe family activity and an educational environment all while promoting the appreciation of wildlife.
Guests will have the opportunity to view and feed alpacas, llamas, watusi and highland cattle, bactrian camels, fallow deer, sika deer, elk, bison, emu, and zebra every day in the Drive-Thru Safari. Giraffe and African antelope species will return to the Drive-Thru once the weather permits, expected to be the second week of May.