Alabama Safari Park
The Alabama Safari Park, a 350-acre safari park, opened in 2018 and works to provide animals with as natural a habitat as possible for the more than 450 animals living there. It features a 3-mile road where guests can feed Banteng, Grevy's and Grants Zebras, Watusi, Bison, Eland and many other exotic animals free-roaming and up close, without barriers.
Explore the village walk-thru, where you will find ring-tailed lemurs and kangaroos. Enjoy the budgie adventure aviary and feed the giraffes. You can also pet all your favorite farm animals, including goats and pigs. Or experience a behind-the-scenes sloth encounter!
The Alabama Safari Park is located in Montgomery County at Exit 158 off I-65 in Hope Hull, Alabama.
The Alabama Safari Park is an easy drive from Atlanta, Birmingham or Mobile, Pensacola or Destin and surrounding cities in NW Florida and southern Alabama.
Then I - 65 South to Exit 158. Off exit, take left. Go 1/2 mile
to Venable Road. Take left and follow to the entrance.
I - 65 North to Exit 158. Off exit, take right.
Go 1/2 mile to Venable Road. Take left and follow to the entrance.