Oklahoma February 26, 2020
Go Treehouse Camping At Tiger Safari Zoological Park In Oklahoma
Looking for a fun overnight adventure? If so, go camping in the African huts and treehouses at Tiger Safari – an interactive zoological park in Tuttle featuring over 160 animals. It’s actually more like glamping, so don’t worry there is no “roughing” it during this camping experience. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience you don’t want to miss. Check it out below:
Tiger Safari is an exotic animal park that is home to lions, tigers, leopards, bears, snakes, alligators, kangaroos, lemurs, and many more animals.
It's one of the few places in the state where you can get up close and personal with a variety of exotic animals.
I don't know about you, but it doesn't get much better than holding and feeding these adorable animals.
One of the coolest things about this park is the option to stay overnight in one of their tree houses or huts. They have two tree houses that overlook the tigers and bears and it's simply amazing.
The accommodations are very comfy but you will have to walk down the stairs and go a few steps to use the restroom...so see it is like camping!
The tigers are always a favorite to watch. They will swim, play and keep an eye on whoever is watching them. And you can sit out on your porch and gaze upon them from 20 feet above.
They also have three African Safari Huts that can sleep up to eight guests. These huts come with kitchens, bathrooms, fireplaces, and much more.
So, you basically wouldn't be camping in these huts. These are the perfect option for those looking for a little more luxury.
Imagine waking up to the beautiful view of exotic animals on all sides. Isn't this llama the cutest thing ever?
Tiger Safari hosts special events, birthday parties, and Safari Fun Nights. Or, you can have Tiger Safari come to you. 'Zoo To You' is a special program that will bring the animals to your school, church, home or event.
To book an overnight stay at Tiger Safari Zoological Park, please
visit their website here.
Looking for more adventures with animals in the Sooner State? If so, check out our
previous article here where we feature some pretty cool places for animal lovers to go.
Address: 963 County Street 2930, Tuttle, OK 73089, USA