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Social Distance with Animals at Safari North Wildlife Park!
Starting on Thursday, May 21, Safari North Wildlife Park will be open for drive-thru visits to see the animals. Admission will be at a reduced rate and though guests will not be able to see all of the animals they will still see a large variety while enjoying a unique offering during a time when many families are looking for safe ways to get out of the house.
“This is not what we wanted but it is what we have to do at this time,” said Kevin and Kelly Vogel in an announcement to their followers on Facebook. “We greatly and most humbly appreciate our guests and hope that you can come out to support us and our family of animals.”
“As a special bonus we are building an additional road which will allow guests to view our NEW African Lions and Jaguar exhibits which were not to be opened until next season,” Kevin adds.
All guests will receive a coupon for 50% off a visit when the park is open entirely. At that time season passes and gift shop items will be an additional 10% off.
The mission of Safari North Wildlife Park is to promote life-long learning, conservation and preservation through safe, affordable, and memorable experiences with animals of all types. The park specializes in up close and personal experiences with the animals as well as important information about every animal including its history, care and the conservation needed to keep it thriving.
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