Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we sure are. Very little walking is required. A ramp takes you up onto the safari vehicle.
Parking is very close to the safari loading area. We do not have wheelchairs for rent.

We have picnic tables inside and out with sinks to wash hands. No reservation is needed unless you would have a large group of 30 or more.

Outside food is not permitted for park animals. Safari food is included in your admission price.

No, for health and safety reasons we do not allow pets. The exception would be guide dogs.

Parking is free. Ample parking is available.

Of course! 5% off regular admission price.

Our safari trucks are never on a schedule. On a busy day the trucks depart every 15-20 minutes. On a slower day the trucks depart every 45 minutes. No need to worry if you are between rides. The petting zoo is included with your admission and it is full of animals who are waiting for you to pet and feed until your ride is announced. The safari ride is approximately 45-60 minutes long.

Sorry, but we are not permitted to accept any animals from the wild.

No. National Zoos are federally funded. Wagon Trails is family owned and operated and we are not affiliated with zoos.

The park is open May 1st through end of October . Our hours vary month to month. Check the 'hours' page for specific months.

O my yes! Our animals are always hungry and ready to meet you. We like to say they eat in "shifts". When some animals are full others are ready to eat.

No tree nuts or peanuts are in the animal feed. There are peanuts in the bird aviary and with the macaws, but these are not areas that are accessible to the public.

That is a tough question. Often Wednesdays are busier than Saturdays. Generally though Sunday mornings are usually less busy. Mornings overall are usually busier than afternoons.