Lost Creek Safari - Stillwater, OK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Max and 99
N 36° 01.740 W 097° 04.428
14S E 673550 N 3988881
Quick Description: This exotic animal park is a great way to get close to animals.
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 3/14/2020 11:07:12 PM
Waymark Code: WM126VW
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Tissa1020 & Foxhound
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Long Description:
According to Lost Creek Safari's website, they have been open for six seasons as a USDA certified Exotic Animal Park. The farm is located south of Stillwater, on the west side of Highway 177 on W. 80th St.

Please see the website link below for a great write-up about how this zoo came to be. It is a wonderful story!

Lost Creek Safari allows visitors to get closer to animals than you would in a regular zoo. Feeding of the many animals is permitted, for only $5 more than the cost of the admission ticket.

Some of the animals you can visit include:
antelope, capybara (my personal favorite), deer, camel, zebra, kangaroo, lemurs, capuchin, buffalo, donkey, goats, fox, ostrich, and peacocks. Many more can be seen at the farm!
Public or Private: Private

Type of Animals: Both

1200 W. 80th St.
Stillwater, OK USA

Operating Seasons and Hours:
From the website (March 18, 2020) *Subject to change. Admission is by Reservations only during the weekdays EXCEPT for Spring break week we will be open 11-5:00 everyday that week (March 16-20) no reservations required that week. We do tours at around 11:00 and again around 6:00 during the weekdays. Please call (405)707-0403 for available date and times otherwise. The weekends are what we call "Come N Go". We are open 11:00-5:00 on Saturday and Sunday. No reservations required. In July and August we change to our "summer hours". We open at 9:30- 1:00 and shut down for the rest of the day because of the heat. **Please call the farm for current operating hours! Many businesses and entertainment venues have been affected by the State of Emergency declared in Oklahoma, and therefore opening hours may be different than what is currently posted on the website.

Price of Admission:
From the website (March 18, 2020) *Subject to change. Admission is: Adults $8 per person and children $5. If you want to feed the animals it is an additional $5 but you will get to feed : lemurs, camel, deer, ostrich, mini cows, water buffalo & the Pygmy goats and more and then keep your cup!

Relevant Web Site: [Web Link]

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