This extraordinary farm is less than one hour from downtown Atlanta and features more than 300 species of wild animals. As a ... More
Pine Mountain Wild Animal Safari
This extraordinary farm is less than one hour from downtown Atlanta and features more than 300 species of wild animals. As a visitor, you may either drive yourself through the park or use the safari bus to observe the camels, antelopes, buffalo, alligators and many other interesting denizens.
The walk-about area consists of large animal ( many cats ) in small cages with little or no water. If there was water, it was dirty, even green and slimy. I could never recommend that anyone visit this chamber of horrors. I understand from PETA that this facility has been investigated many times. Unfortunately, the laws are so broad that nothing they are doing is illegal. But we, as consumers, can hit the owners where it hurts the most: The cash drawer.
Dropped by coming home from Florida vacation & loved it again!! We rent the vans & even the teens & adults couldn't stop laughing!!! Huge animal tongues slobbering in the window attempting to get @ food was just too funny. Big bulls standing in the road & wouldn't let us pass to get away from the hungry deer & donkeys, made us think the animals had a plan to block us in. :)
We're coming back on Columbus Day with our Youth Group from church. Can't wait. Love this Park!!!!!!
Pine Mountain Wild Animal Safari was a blast! The kids were laughing so hard the whole ride. Animals were sticking their heads in every window and the kids were feeding them. It is worth the money and time. We can't wait to go again with more family and friends. The cars are hilarious!
Absolutely worth visiting for kids & adults. Be sure to buy bags (not cups) of food & try breaking it in half so you can feed twice the number of critters. Take the bus ride or rent a van (lots of stories about getting your car rammed by a mad ram). Can't wait for more visitors so I can go back. Year long passes are only $40. The price of admission is worth it.
My wife and I went on a whim on a boring Tuesday, and we were totally blown away and delighted with the Wild Animal Safari. Such a reasonable cost for literally hours of entertainment. It's very exciting to be SO close to all these powerful and varied creatures. It's clean, the animals look happy and healthy, staff is cheerful and helpful--a class act all around. Not depressing like zoos are, this is the real deal. We'll be getting a season pass next spring!
What a wonderful birthday gift.I bought season passes for for my daughters 11th birthday and she loved it. Where else can you go and get this kind of contact with the animals? Picnic area is nice and shaded, great place to spend a family day.
This is a great family outing. It was a great experience to get that close to animals to touch and feed them. We bought to large bags of food and that lasted the whole trip. It took about one hour to drive through the whole thing. We rented a zebra van and I recommend that due to the animals loving to slobber on the windows and also some have horns. They might scratch your car by accident. We can't wait to go back.
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