Tiger Safari Zoological Park
Tiger Safari Zoological Park
Tiger Safari in Tuttle is an interactive zoological park featuring knowledgeable staff, beautiful scenery and overnight stays. Over 170 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 royal white tiger and royal golden tabby tigers, which are some of the rarest tigers in the world. Tiger Safari Zoo is also home to the only black jaguar and the only white handed gibbons apes in the state of Oklahoma.
Come to Tiger Safari and feed a Siberian tiger, witness the exceptional personalities of exotic birds or view a Sulcata tortoise. Meet and greet with many of animal ambassadors including Fennec foxes as well as an owl monkey named Elroy. Tiger Safari is also home to a huge snake for those who are brave enough to hold it. All visitors are provided deer and monkey feeding with their admission.
Make your experience even better with an overnight stay at Tiger Safari Zoological Park. The nearby Safari Huts offer an authentic African Village named Shi-Awela Safari Village, meaning "a peaceful place of rest." Choose between three African safari huts, One is ADA accessible, another is on stilts overlooking a small lagoon, and the third is a large African manor. Each hut offers a fireplace, heat and air, a queen-sized bed, big screen TV with Blu-ray player, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. The African Manor takes relaxing in nature to a new level. The double Jacuzzi tub gives a romantic atmosphere to your stay, and the upstairs loft complete with games is handy if you bring the kids along. It's also equipped with a small kitchenette with a stove top, coffee maker, microwave, and there's also a gas grill and fire pit on the porch.
Primitive camping is also offered in the Tiger Overlook Treehouses. Treehouses sit back 50 feet from the enclosure and are elevated over 20 feet. You can now look down on not only tigers, but bears and hyenas as well. These treehouses are perfect for those who don't mind "roughing it" for a night. Think of it as glamorous camping at a zoo, as the bathrooms are across the parking lot. Take a trip to Tiger Safari Zoological Park for an experience like none other. Children thoroughly enjoy spending the night up in the treehouse lofts and watching the animals through the windows from above. The treehouses offer beautiful views of the zoo and surrounding land, as well as a great experience listening to the lions roar back and forth across the park, and all of the apes and monkey sounds.
Tiger Safari Zoo is also great for birthday parties and even field trips. There are buildings, a tiger overlook deck and many pavilions that are available for rent. In addition, you can also get the zoo brought to you. With advance notice, their animal handler will bring at least eight animals right to your location.
PricingAdults: $15 (includes feeding stations - deer and monkeys).
Children: $15 (includes feeding stations - deer and monkeys).
Children (under 2): Free
VIP tour: $35 (includes interaction with many of the baby animals / 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm)
Tiger feeding: $15
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.