Wisconsin’s safari park features animals from the region as well as from around the world, including camels, antelopes, zebras & ostriches
About This Deal
- When can I visit?: Safari Lake Geneva is open daily: May 1 through October 1.
- What’s included: one-hour guided safari adventure through a savanna that is home to more than 50 animals from six continents, and one cup of animal feed per person
- Free admission for children under 2
About Safari Lake Geneva
Within the confines of its preserve-style park, Safari Lake Geneva provides a home for exotic animals from six continents. Unlike a zoo, however, it also provides guests with an up close (and sometimes personal) look at these majestic beasts via engaging safari-style park tours. Read on to learn more:
Animals from far...: On any given trip to Safari Lake Geneva, you're likely to encounter an animal you've never seen before. The park's species range from majestic scimitar-horned oryx and blackbuck antelope, to comical camels and ostriches and even the mighty American bison.
...and near: Of course, the park also welcomes plenty of Wisconsin wildlife, as well. Tour groups have reported sightings of many native species, including red-tailed hawks, turkey vultures, great egrets, great blue herons, and sandhill cranes.