Nearby Hotels, Motels and RV Parks

Wildlife Safari is home to over 550 animals located on 600 acres of adventure. With all that there is to do, many people like to plan a couple of days for their trip. If you plan on getting the most out of your trip, here is a list of local places to stay overnight:

Hotels & Motels

Wildlife Inn

Website:    Phone Number: (541) 679-2420

Located 2.2 miles away from Wildlife Safari on 251 NE Main St, Winston, OR 97496.

Every room comes with free wifi, cable,  microwave, coffee pot, mini-fridge, hairdryer, air conditioning and all you need to make your stay comfortable for the whole family.

Safari Inn

Website:   Phone Number: (541) 679-6736

Located 2.2 miles away from Wildlife Safari on 101 NE Main St. Winston, OR 97496.

Winston, Oregon is known for it Wildlife Safari drive through park, and we are located next to it. Come with you family and enjoy Wildlife Safari to see real wildlife in it natural surroundings. City of Winston is located in Douglas County, Oregon near Roseburg and only 5 minutes access from Hwy 5.

RV Parks

Wildlife Safari RV Park

Phone Number: 541-670-2380          Open Year-Round

Wildlife Safari has its very own RV park available to its guests! Sitting right outside the front gates to Wildlife Safari, our RV park is the closest place to stay. It is recommended to call before your stay to verify vacancy  as only 6 RV and 6 tents spots are available. Your spot comes with water and electric. Dogs are okay in the RV Park, but must be on leash.

Rising River RV Park

Website:    Phone Number: 541-679-7256

Located 3.2 miles away from Wildlife Safari on 5579 SW Grange Rd, Roseburg, OR 97471.

Rising River RV Park has 1100 ft. of South Umpqua River Frontage with paths leading to a greenway to walk along the river. The park has a gated entry way and a beautiful new office with a small store inside. There are 90 sites with beautiful mature trees and beautiful views from every site. All sites are full hook-up sites and come with free WiFi and cable TV.

For a limited time, residents of Glide and those affected by forest fires get into Wildlife Safari for free.