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  • West Coast Game Park Safari
    Looking for something to do on your day off? Discover a new side of nature and wildlife at West Coast Game Park Safari in Bandon. What's a fine zoo without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant. This zoo is great for families with kids. A nearby parking lot is readily available for West Coast Game Park Safari's customers.
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    46914 Highway 101
    Bandon, OR US
  • Wildlife Safari
    Wildlife Safari's 600-acre park contains more than four miles of winding grounds for guests to catch up-close glimpses of its inhabitants—more than 600 wild animals from Africa, Asia, and the Americas. What's more is that they can do it all from the comfort of their car. Through the windshield, families can view bison, zebras, and giraffes roaming the wide-open surroundings, living in harmony with other exotic wildlife. Founded by Frank Hart in 1972, the park has helped to protect endangered species while educating the public about them and their important roles in the fragile ecosystem. Visitors can also make arrangements for private and personalized animal encounters, as well as visit the safari village zoo, botanical gardens, and gift shop.
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    1790 Safari Rd.
    Winston, OR US
  • Umpqua Discovery Center
    Umpqua Discovery Center in Reedsport houses a wide array of art and culture. Come see them today on a trip through this refined museum. With food just the way you like it, this museum elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste. This museum is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along. Those driving to Umpqua Discovery Center can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot.
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    409 River Front Way
    Reedsport, OR US
  • Wildlife Safari Child Account
    The 600-acre park plays host to visitors who drive through the more than four miles of winding grounds to catch up-close glimpses of its inhabitants—over 550 wild animals from Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Bison, zebras, and giraffes roam the wide-open surroundings, living in harmony with tigers, lions, and bears. Founded by Frank Hart in 1972, the park has helped to protect endangered species while educating the public about them and their important roles in the fragile ecosystem. Visitors can make arrangements for private and personalized animal encounters as well as visit the safari village zoo, botanical gardens, and gift shop.
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    1790 Safari Rd.
    Winston, OR US
  • Sea Lion Caves
    Sea Lion Caves in Yachats has a great collection of thoughtful gifts for men, women and children of all ages. You'll be astonished by the diverse selection of souvenirs and memorabilia at Sea Lion Caves in Yachats. If you are traveling by car, make sure you make use of the nearby parking options during your visit. Looking to make this next birthday, holiday, or occasion even more special? Pick up a wonderful gift from Sea Lion Caves in Yachats today.
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    91560 Highway 101 S
    Yachats, OR US
  • Great Cats World Park
    Just off Redwood Highway, some of the world's most impressive predators—none of whom are native to the Northwest—prowl 10 acres of grassland. The Siskiyou Mountains may surround us, but clearly we're not in Oregon anymore. Okay, technically Great Cats World Park is still part of Cave Junction, but its residents (affectionately called feline ambassadors) come from all over Planet Earth—the African savanna, the mountains of North America, and the deepest parts of the South American jungles. More than a dozen species of rare and endangered felines live on the park grounds, and these cats carry a responsibility as big as their paws: to educate the public on the importance of wildlife conservation. The spectacle of a 500-pound predator certainly makes a compelling case, even when it's not wearing its glasses. Scooby, a white tiger, currently weighs in as the park's biggest resident. Tours take park visitors right up to the enclosures of these and other big cats, where keepers try to bring out the cats' natural and instinctive behaviors. Other species, such as the Ocelot and the clouded leopard, are smaller in size but no less majestic in stature—especially to any mice asking for permission to squeak freely. A new snow leopard now calls the park home, as well. Whether they climb through trees or prowl the savannah, the cats here have all grown accustomed to life in the public eye. Professional photographers often document the animals at the park, and many of the cats have been featured on TV programs such as The Late Show with David Letterman.
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    27919 Redwood Hwy.
    Cave Junction, OR US

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