Tennessee Safari Park: A Visitors Guide

Everything you need to know about visiting this hidden gem full of animals

If you're looking for a weekend activity for the whole family, you can take the kids to the Tennessee Safari Park in Alamo, Tennessee. Its a place to see exotic animals up close and personal. You can even feed some of them. This drive-through park is a definite draw to the rural area. 

Although it is the county seat of Crockett County , Alamo would be relatively unknown if it weren't for its primary claim to fame: hosting the Tennessee Safari Park. Many West Tennessee residents don't even know this park exists, making it one of the area's hidden gems. The park is situated on a working farm that is used for growing cotton and raising cattle.

The Animals

Tennessee Safari Park boasts over 400 animals from 80 different species . Some of the animals you may see on your visit are llamas, zebras, emus, kangaroos, giraffes, monkeys, and warthogs. There are frequently new babies being born at the park so if you are lucky, you may even get a chance to see some little ones during your visit. The park has one of the largest collections of zoo animals in the United States.

The Experience

There are two parts to the park—a two-mile driving tour and a petting zoo. When you enter the park you can purchase a bucket of feed. As you drive through the park, animals will come up to your car looking for food. Many of them will eagerly stick their heads in your car, giving you the opportunity to pet and to feed them. This is a great photo opportunity and a lot of fun for kids and adults.At the petting zoo, you have the opportunity to feed and pet other animals, including a giraffe!

Tickets cost $16 for adults, $12 kids aged 3 to 12, and free for children 2 and under.

Buckets of feed cost $3. To save money buy $4 for $10. You'll be glad you have extra feed to attract the animals.

Before You Go

  • Currently the Tennessee Safari Park does not accept credit cards or checks so be sure to bring some cash.
  • The park is about an hour and a half drive from Memphis and about thirty minutes from Jackson.
  • Plan to spend between one and two hours at the park depending upon how crowded it is and how fast or slow you go through the tour.
  • Try to visit the park in the morning, if possible. The animals tend to be hungrier and more eager to interact then.
  • Visitors are encouraged to purchase buckets of feed to feed the animals. Feeding them outside food is not permitted.
  • Pets, including dogs, are not allowed in the park. They might upset the animals.

Hours of Operation

The park is open every day of the year except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Thanksgiving. If there is inclement weather check the park's Facebook Page. Snow and Ice can cause the park to close suddenly so it can protect the animals.

  • Monday through Saturday, 10:00 am. - 4 p.m. (that's the time of last admittance although the park closes fully at 5 pm)
  • Sunday, 12:00 noon - 4 p.m. (last admittance)

Tennessee Safari Park 637 Conley Road Alamo, TN 38001 www.tennesseesafaripark.com

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“ My friend and I had an absolute blast . ” in 2 reviews

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“ Feeding the giraffe (can buy carrots for $4) is a lot of fun. ” in 6 reviews

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“ The animals have so much GORGEOUS land to roam freely on. ” in 2 reviews

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Safari Wild is a 450 Acre Authentic African Drive Through Safari Park and Wild Animal Preserve located in Historic Como, MS just 40 miles south of Memphis, TN. From the comfort of your own vehicle, you can drive through miles of Safari Roads as you view hundreds of rare and endangered animals. At Safari Wild you will have opportunities to get up close and personal with animals, interact, feed, and photograph. www.safariwildanimalpark.com …

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We went here on an impromptu visit over Labor Day Weekend. Had no idea what to expect. As we got there late in the day, we learned we would be the last visitors and the park would close soon. This contradicted what the website said. If you have the means, use a pickup truck because it's easier to be in the truck bed and feed the animals than have them stick their heads in your car. Admittedly, I'm conflicted about how I feel about animals in captivity. I think these are slightly better than zoos and our kids had a good time. It might seem a bit pricey - and it is -- but I don't think people realize how much it costs to maintain a place like this. Apparently, if you get there earlier, you can drive the Park multiple times which might make it more worthwhile. In short, this is a once a year or when guests from out of town are visiting, not an every weekend activity.

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I personally think the price wasn't worth it. The food bags were in brown paper bags, which i think is crazy. One of the animals ripped my bag so that was a waste of money. I only had the bag for 5 minutes . There wasn't many animals out and the drive through the park was unnecessary. We drove for like 5 minutes and didn't see not one animal. The park is too big for it not to have a lot of animals.

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This place did not disappoint! It was absolutely fantastic! All of the animals were active, happy, and ready to eat! We went in the morning as soon as it opened, which is probably the best time to go. I would think the animals would be lazy as the day goes on and it gets warmer. We only went through once since we got to pet all the animals. I would definitely recommend it, and we will be back!

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This place did not disappoint! It was absolutely fantastic! All of the animals were active, happy, and ready to eat! We went in the morning as soon as it opened, which is probably the best time to go. I would definitely recommend it, and we will be back!

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Went in August. 3 adults in a car having a blast! We wide the drive through safari and then the private Sloth tour. The sloth thing was imo too expensive and not worth it. Plan on going again. Just buy double the feed buckets because we ran out .

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If you're coming from Memphis like me, let me answer your first question: Should you visit this park or Tennessee Safari Park? I've been to both and it is an easy answer. Tennessee Safari Park. It may be a little longer drive but the animals and experience overall is much, much better. Next question: is this park worth a visit if you're just passing by? Well, it depends on your budget and expectations. It's not cheap. We spent over $100 for the 4 of us. And at the time and day we went, very few animals were eating. They were mostly lounging by the water or under the shade. We tried to shake our bags and get their attention but to no avail. And it's not like they were full from other visitors, because the park was empty. When I had asked the lady at the front if the animals were hungry and how many bags to buy all she would say was "they roam freely". I guess the owners taught her that response. It was 10 am on a Thursday, shortly after they opened. Again empty park. The feed bags were only 1/4 full. At $4 a bag it was quite expensive. Compare that with the Tennessee Safari Park where it's 4 large bowls filled to the brim for only $10. But ya know what, it didn't really matter how full the bags were at the end of the day, because the animals just weren't interested in eating. We bought 6 bags for 4 people and only went through 2. At the end is a very small petting zoo where you can get rid of the rest because the goats there are hungry. Also the birds were hungry for the additional $5 cup of nectar (1 free refill). The one nice thing is there were two giraffes that roamed freely. I don't know if that's always the case because we saw an enclosure saying $5 for giraffe feeding. But on the day we went the giraffes were roaming and we gave them a bunch of food. There's also a camel who is well mannered unlike the Tennessee Safari Park where the camels were aggressive. There's a cheetah in a cage somewhere along the safari drive. We had thought it was near the Petting zoo enclosure but it's not. We missed it during the drive apparently. I can't recommend this place, although I wish I could. But for our visit it was mostly a bunch of driving around looking at a few animals from a distance.

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Excellent place if you love animals! They are all great - the ostriches peck like chickens though so the food flies out of your hand! My favs are the Llamas and giraffes - so sweet!

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The grandchildren ages 6 and 9 enjoyed this adventure. They want to come back again. They loved the zebras and giraffe's.

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They are very gentle

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Such a wonderful experience. My friend and I had an absolute blast. The variety of animals and the option to feed them is awesome. Great place for families, friends, and animal lovers.

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We've been here twice now and will be back again. There are lots of animals that will eat right out of your hand. While sometimes you get stuck behind another car for a few minutes the animals are never full and will still come up to you. It's a great place for the whole family.

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This was a incredible experience for my whole family I feed a zebra and the lamas were so cute and the giraffe feeding was amazing the barn birds were so much fun and took some silly photos thank you guys for being wonderful also all the animals are very well cared for and that's was so great to see too!

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Take plenty of time to study their behavior from the safety of your own car.

Be sure to bring your camera. You may want to ride on tractor pulled wagons or enjoy a lazy afternoon in our petting zoo.

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The Park is OPEN 9AM-5PM Mon-Sun (Weather Permitting) Please call 865-919-5072 if you need more information.

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Claude M. Conley was only 15 years old when he started raising exotic animals on his family’s Crockett County farm in 1963. He began his unusual animal collection with buffalo, peacocks, elk and fallow deer on the same land where his family had been raising cotton and cattle since 1850.

“My father grew up reading about animals and visiting zoos, and he dedicated his life to raising exotic animals,” Claude H. Conley II says. “Today, our family has more than 1,300 exotic animals representing over 100 species.”

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The Conley family knew they had something special on their quirky 800-acre farm in Alamo. So in 2007, Claude H. Conley II and his brother, Jon Wesley Conley, opened the farm to the public as a drive-through zoo experience called Tennessee Safari Park .

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“We always knew we were going to open a zoo, but we were too busy farming,” Claude H. Conley II says. “We made the decision to open it in 2003, but it took us until 2007 to make it happen. A lot of people told us we couldn’t do it – they said it would never happen.”

But those naysayers were wrong. In its first year, Tennessee Safari Park welcomed 2,500 visitors.

“All the money we made from admission we put back into the park, adding new animals each year,” Conley says. “The number of visitors grows each year. In 2018, we had more than 85,000 visitors.”

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A Wild Ride

What draws people to pull off Interstate 40 and spend a few hours touring a drive-through zoo, you ask? Curiosity, for one. Where else do ostriches, buffalo, camels and emus walk right up to your car window looking for a snack?

“Everybody can feed our animals through their car window, and people love interacting with the animals,” Conley says. “At our walk-through area, you can even feed a giraffe.”

Feeding the exotic animals can be a hilarious experience, since they are often eager to eat and have been known to put their entire head inside your car in search of food. They’ve also been known to snatch not only the food, but your entire food bucket. (Consider yourself warned.)

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Committed to Conservation

Environmentalists especially appreciate the opportunity to get up close and personal with rare and endangered animals, getting to stroke their velvety soft skin or fur. The reality is Tennessee Safari Park is more than a tourist attraction – it’s a dedicated conservational breeding center for rare and endangered creatures.

“We’ve always been committed to conservation, and it’s been really fun to watch our animal collection grow,” Conley says. “Because we breed animals, there are lots of babies everywhere. We also have about 300 animals that are not in the park and remain off exhibit.”

See more:  Nashville Zoo Exhibit Showcases Heritage Breed Farm Animals

If the past is any indication of the future, Tennessee Safari Park will continue to thrive under the Conley family’s leadership in years to come. Conley’s two young sons, Claude III (age 7) and Caleb (age 3), are the sixth generation to grow up on the farm and are already learning the ropes.

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Tennessee Safari Park

Location: 618 Conley Rd., Alamo

Phone: (731) 696-4423

Website: tennesseesafaripark.com

Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays 12 to 5 p.m. (Last car in at 4 p.m.)

Admission: $20 for adults and $12 for children ages 2 to 12. Animal feed costs $3 per cup, or 4 cups for $10. Tennessee Farm Bureau members can download a mobile or printed coupon for $2 off admission (maximum of six per party) at tnfarmbureau.org/membersavings or through the app.

Know Before You Go: You’ll know you’ve arrived at Tennessee Safari Park when you see the Conley family’s historic large white house, a fixture on the property since 1862. You can purchase buckets of food before navigating the 5.5-mile drive-through in your car. Then visitors can park and tour the walk-through zoo on foot, where you’ll see several types of monkeys, colorful birds and other creatures. Make time to visit the gift shop and eat at the Tennessee Safari Park Grill, which offers burgers, hot dogs, nachos and other snacks.

Travel Tip: Allow about three hours to tour the park. Cash only is accepted at the ticket booth; credit cards are accepted in the gift shop. The grill is open seasonally on weekends.

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Have visited Safari Park se stall times. Always fun.

Wonderful visit on May the 2nd 2021. Wonderful! I appreciate the lovely place who have provided for these animals to live. You park is a jewel. I do have a question . Where do the animals go in the winter? Like the ostrich and giraffe? Thank y’all for you’re dedication. My family had a blast.

Your pricing information is not current. As of today, 2/25/2022 their prices are as follows as per their website. –

Admission to the Park $20 ADULTS $12 KIDS AGES 2-12 YEARS Children 1 and under FREE

Feed Cups $3 each or four cups for $10

OPEN EVERYDAY EXCEPT CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS DAY AND THANKSGIVING *CASH ONLY AT THE GATE *NO DOGS OR OUTSIDE ANIMALS ARE ALLOWED IN THE PARK AT ANYTIME-ANYWHERE

Hi Wendy, thanks for the update! The pricing information in the article has been updated.

Rachel Graf Associate editor, TN Home & Farm

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Woman attacked by wolves after straying into 'safari zone' at Thoiry zoo near Paris

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A woman is in hospital after being attacked by wolves as she jogged through a zoo enclosure, normally off-limits to pedestrians, outside Paris. 

Police and prosecutors are investigating how the 37-year-old woman was seriously injured by three Arctic wolves early on Sunday morning.

The woman was bitten "on the neck, the calf and the back" at the Thoiry zoo around 40 kilometres west of the French capital, a source told AFP.

Another source told AFP the woman's injuries were not life-threatening.

The woman went out for a jog after spending the night with her family in a safari-style lodge at the zoo, according to initial investigations.

Zoo chief executive Christelle Bercheny told AFP the woman had entered the wolf enclosure on foot, a place normally "only accessible by car".

Ms Bercheny said there were signs reminding people of the "rules of survival" to be followed in the park.

"The behaviour of the animals in the reserves is that of animals in freedom or semi-liberty," she added. 

Lodges in the wolf zone, advertised on the zoo's website at between 220 and 760 euros ($354-$1,224) per night, promise "silence, rest and disconnection".

They offer "a one-of-a-kind, very intimate experience with the Arctic wolves you'll be able to see from the living room".

The woman "ended up in the safari zone, which is supposed to be restricted to cars. That's where she was attacked by three wolves," Maryvonne Caillibotte, chief prosecutor in Versailles, said.

It was not clear "whether she made a mistake or the trail wasn't clearly marked", she added.

First responders got to the scene "very quickly", the wolves were "moved away, then returned to their area".

A source familiar with the case said the woman must have got through "security systems, a trench and an electric fence supposed to keep the animals in".

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Safari Wild Animal Park features a stunning 466 Acre authentic African Drive-Through and Walk-Through Safari Park and offers families from Collierville, TN, and its surroundings the chance to a fun experience that will not be forgotten.

From the comfort of your own vehicle, you can travel through our 6.5-mile drive experiencing hundreds of our amazing animals . Get up close and personal with many animals which will come right up to your vehicle for a greeting. Come face-to-face with a camel, a buffalo, a zebra or hand feed a gorgeous giraffe. Our Safari Park is renowned for being better, larger and closer than other similar parks. Come visit us at just a short drive south of Memphis on interstate 55, to meet all the animals you can usually see only on TV. Some road trips take you across the country, but ours will take you across the African continent!

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Families from Collierville, TN, and its surroundings travel to Safari Wild Animal Park to experience the Safari Walk-Through as it provides a great way to experience the wilderness from a fresh perspective. They get the chance to walk through a nature preserve that’s home to a number of animals that make up one of Africa’s richest ecosystem. They often say how much of a good time they had and that they can’t wait to come back. Read some of their reviews here .

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It’s no secret that the Petting Zoo is a children’s favourite, but we invite the whole family to play with of our beloved farm animals, as interacting with animals is proven to help us emotionally, lifting the spirits and giving an insight into the natural world. In our petting zoo barn you will get the chance to spend time with energy-filled and joyful goats and other lovely baby animals. You’ll also get to feed the small and curious lorikeets and hear them try to communicate with you through their loud squawks. Experience the wonder of these beautiful animals up close and personal at Safari Wild Animal Park!

Fun fact: Lorikeets have an unusual tongue. It is long and narrow, and the end is bristly like a brush. The bristles pick up pollen and help to lap up the sweet nectar, their favourite food.

Whether you’re a Collierville, TN resident or just visiting the area, our wildlife Safari Park will give everyone in your family the opportunity to explore the African wildlife. Come out and enjoy a great Safari experience with our beloved animals. Contact us for more details on our Safari Animal Park.

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    Tennessee Safari Park. Location: 618 Conley Rd., Alamo Phone: (731) 696-4423 Website: tennesseesafaripark.com Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays 12 to 5 p.m.(Last car in at 4 p.m.) Admission: $20 for adults and $12 for children ages 2 to 12.Animal feed costs $3 per cup, or 4 cups for $10. Tennessee Farm Bureau members can download a mobile or printed coupon for $2 ...

  17. Safari Wild Animal Park & Preserve

    Safari Wild is a 450 Acre Authentic African Drive Through Safari Park and Wild Animal Preserve located in Historic Como, MS just 40 miles south of Memphis, TN. From the comfort of your own vehicle, you can drive through miles of Safari Roads as you view hundreds of rare and endangered animals. At Safari Wild you will have opportunities to get ...

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    Ticket Pricing for Safari Wild Animal Park and Preserve, LLC, a Drive Through Safari Park located in Como, MS. Home; About Us ... Our Animals; Animal Encounters; Park & Road Rules; Contact Us; Buy Tickets Now. Mississippi and Tennessee's Premier Animal Safari Park. Ticket Pricing. Home; Ticket Pricing; Price: Adults: $22.95 (plus tax) (13-64 ...

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    Contact Us. 731-696-4423. 618 Conley Road, Alamo, TN 38001. Ticket PricingAdult $24.00. Children (2-12) $16.00. Children 1 and under FREE. all prices include tax. Feed Cup Pricing. $3 each or four Cups for $10.

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  21. SAFARI WILD ANIMAL PARK, located 45 miles from GERMANTOWN, TN

    Safari Wild Animal Park features a stunning 466 Acre authentic African Drive-Through Safari Park and offers families from Germantown, TN, and its surroundings the chance to experience the wilderness from a fresh perspective. From the comfort of your own vehicle, you can travel through our 6.5-mile drive, come face-to-face with an ostrich, a ...

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    Q: Can I bring my dog to the park, if they stay in the car? A: No, we do not allow dogs (including service dogs/animals, therapy dogs/animals, and emotional support dogs/animals) or any other outside animals at the park at anytime. The majority of the animals at the park are prey species. Dogs were evolved from the wild canines that prey on these species in the wild therefore the animals have ...

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