Tiger Safari Zoological Park

Tiger Safari Zoological Park 963 County St 2930
Tuttle, OK 73089

Phone: 405-381-9453   405-414-9365
Fax: 405-381-3291
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Tiger Safari in Tuttle is a not-for-profit interactive zoological park featuring knowledgeable volunteers and staff. Over 160 animals reside at Tiger Safari ranging from small reptiles to large felines. Tiger Safari is also home to some of the rarest cats in Oklahoma including a Barbary lion, a royal white tiger, a snow tiger, and a royal golden Tabby tiger, one of the rarest tigers in the world.

Come to Tiger Safari and feed a Siberian tiger, witness the exceptional personalities of exotic birds, or view a Sulcata tortoise. Sleep under the stars and bask in the beauty of the park's exceptional animals at night.

Tiger Safari in Tuttle is a not-for-profit interactive zoological park featuring knowledgeable volunteers and staff. Over 160 animals reside at Tiger Safari ranging from small reptiles to large felines. Tiger Safari is also home to some of the rarest cats in Oklahoma including a Barbary lion, a royal white tiger, a snow tiger, and a royal golden Tabby tiger, one of the rarest tigers in the world.

Come to Tiger Safari and feed a Siberian tiger, witness the exceptional personalities of exotic birds, or view a Sulcata tortoise. Sleep under the stars and bask in the beauty of the park's exceptional animals at night.

Meet and greet with animal ambassadors including two Fennec foxes named Heckle and Jeckle as well as a Capuchin monkey named Emmett. Sundowner Safari events allows visitors to interact and take photos with many exotic animals. Get up close and personal with an Asian small-clawed otter, Ring-tailed lemur, Kinkajou and more. Tiger Safari is also home to a huge snake for those who are brave enough to hold it. Visitors can also feed tigers, bears and many of the petting zoo animals.

Make your experience even better with an overnight stay at Tiger Safari. They offer an authentic African Village named Shi-Awela Safari Village, meaning "a peaceful place of rest." Each hut offers a fireplace, heat and air, a queen-sized bed, big screen TV with Blu-ray player, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Two huts are available, and they're located in a secluded area complete with small lagoon, thorn trees and long grass. Take a trip to Tiger Safari for an experience like none other.

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  • Facility Amenities: Credit Cards Accepted, Elec. 30 Amp, Gift Shop, Grills, Handicapped Parking, Meeting Space Available, Office WiFi, Picnic Area, Pool Outdoor, Restrooms, Showers, Site WiFi

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Advance Group Reservations Required, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Complimentary Attraction Passes for Guide/Driver, Group Rates Available, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units, Queen

  • Suitable for Ages: Adults (18+), Children (up to 12), Teens (13-18)

  • Tour Information: Customized tours, Group Tours, Guided Tours, Self-guided tours

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Sunday

9:30 am

5:30 pm

Saturday

9:00 am

5:30 pm

Also open by appointment only during the week.

Weekend feeding tours: $10 (tiger feeding, petting zoo feed & deer feeding)

Weekends:

Adults: $8 (without feeding)

Children: $7 (without feeding)

Children under 2: free

VIP tour: $25 (includes interaction with some of the baby animals until 3pm daily) Sundowner safari tours: $75 (limit 10 people photo shoot with exotic animals)

Adventure tours: $35 (Advance reservation required. Includes drinks hors d'oeuvres, VIP tour on Friday evenings)

African Village Hut: $165 per night (includes two VIP tours)

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Located just 20 minutes SW of Oklahoma City on 45 acres 2 miles east of Tuttle off Hwy 37. From I-44, take Exit 108, then go west on Hwy 37 for 10 miles. Go south on Frisco Rd for 2.6 miles to park entrance.

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Bill Meadows

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From Mary on 01/27/15

The animals live in cramped, dirty conditions and are fed either roadkill or crackers. There's very little shade for them and had no water, even when it was 100 degrees outside. The customer service is terrible. The owner's staff are all scared of him and are very inexperienced. I overheard the owner yelling and cursing at one of his young volunteers. Everything is overpriced and they don't give you what you pay for. The owner doesn't return phone calls or emails. The place is FILTHY! Never wasting my time or money there again.


From Tina on 10/24/13

If you care for animals at all, you will not visit this place. If you google their name and USDA violations, you will find an official document listed all of the violations they have had over the years including unsafe conditions for humans and animals and a severe lack for the wellbeing of the animals. They should be shut down and it is only a matter of time. The enclosures are disgraceful and several of the animals have neurological issues. It is more upsetting for children and many adults than worthwhile


From C Chang on 08/25/11

GREAT PLACE! loved it, will make it a regular event with my family. Excellent park. Awesome experience with the animals it is hands on so you get an up close experience. Very knowledgable and pleasant staff. Great day trip...pack a lunch, there are beautiful spots to have lunch, a waterfall, just plain beautiful and the animals appear so well taken care of, GREAT JOB!!!!


From Jordan on 08/06/11

Me and my family really enjoyed our day that we spent at Tiger SAfari! Its a great place for kids to be interative with all kinds of animals. My kids really enjoyed feeding a tiger and riding the tortoises! The park looks great and has made so many improvements since my last visit. Next time I hope we get to stay in the new safari huts that was sold out this weekend. I was really impressed with the staff, they were all imformative about all the animals. Thank you Tiger Safari, me and my family had a blast!


From Nancy Larkin on 08/06/11

The African Safari Hut was fantastic. My 6 year old loved riding the tortoise and feeding the tigers. Everyone should come...it was an awesome experience!


From A. Thomas on 05/19/11

I would never go here again due to the rude and arrogant owner, the overworked and uneducated staff who seem to be afraid of the boss whom we witnessed screaming at them, we did not receive what we paid for, there is nothing special about the Sundowner Tour we paid 55 dollars for, after 2 months, we are still waiting for the photos, the owner will not answer our phone calls, he is not willing to discuss our issues. there is nothing about the special tour that is worth the extra 40 dollars per person we paid over the regular admission cost, there were several late afternoon activities going on, such as a birthday party, an overnight group slumber party, etc so I think we just got short changed, the owner does not seem to care about customer service at all, I would never return there.


 
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