Stay the Night in a Tree House at Oklahoma’s Tiger Safari Zoological Park!
If you're looking for a vacation, or maybe a staycation the entire family will get into and enjoy check out Tiger Safari Zoological Park in Tuttle, OK. Imagine staying overnight at the park in a treehouse or how about an African Safari Hunt, or maybe you'd prefer to rough it and stay in a tent. Well, you can take your pick at Tiger Safari Zoological Park. It's definitely a vacation/staycation experience you'll always remember!
How cool is that? You can actually stay the night at the park! This isn't your everyday run-of-the-mill zoo either. At Tiger Safari Zoological Park you can get up close and personal with some of the animals with their VIP encounters. They offer several different levels and packages for guests to choose from. How about feeding a tiger? Yep, you can do that too. The park is home to well over 150 animals for you to see.
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You can go for a day trip, or stay overnight. I'm thinking the family and I will rent one of the treehouses, they look amazing and the prices are very reasonable. Plus the treehouses are located right by the tigers overlooking the enclosure. You can sit out on the porch and watch them throughout the evening along with other animals like bears and Hyenas. Now that sounds like a good time! These treehouses are amazing and are completely decked out with all the amenities and creature comforts you'd ever need or want.
The park is open and operating during its Spring/Summer hours. It's currently open Tuesday through Sunday from 8:00-am to 6:00-pm. If you're thinking of taking the trip and making a visit you can check out Tiger Safari Zoological Park's official website by clicking here. It has all the information and ticket prices for all the attractions and special VIP encounters along with pricing for their overnight accommodations.
You can also stay up to date with everything that's going on and special offers by visiting the Tiger Safari Zoological Park's official Facebook page. I'm thinking sometime this Summer the family and I will have to make the trip to Tuttle, OK. and book a stay at the park. Of course, it'll be one of the treehouses! It's only an hour and ten minutes away from Lawton, Fort Sill so it's the perfect place for a staycation getaway!