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7 Ways to Go (Really) Wild at Lion Country Safari

7 Ways to Go (Really) Wild at Lion Country Safari

Did you know that Palm Beach County is home to Florida’s largest drive-through safari? See how one family spends a fun filled day at Lion Country Safari.

Note: Lion Country Safari is currently open, but some experiences may be closed or have changed due to COVID-19 safety protocols. Please check with the attraction for the latest updates before visiting.

1. The Drive-Through Safari 

Family looking at a Rhino
Photo  by Meg Palumbo

Family looking at an Ostrich.
Photo by Meg Palumbo

2. Feeding The Animals

Mother and daughter feeding a giraffe.
Photo by Meg Palumbo

Small boy feeding a Lory Bird.
Photo by Meg Palumbo

3. Make a Splash in the Water Park Areas

Water play area at Lion Country Safari.
Photo by Meg Palumbo

4. Rides & Slides

Small girl on a train ride.
Photo by Meg Palumbo

5. Explore Lake Shannalee

Family on a paddleboat
Photo by Meg Palumbo

6. Mini-Golf 

Mini Golf Course
Photo by Meg Palumbo

7. Camp Out on the “Savanna”


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