Event Hosting and rentals at Wildlife Safari
Wildlife Safari offers a unique venue when planning for your special event; from birthday parties, family reunions, weddings, corporate meetings, holiday parties, and more, various rentals spaces are available at the park!
The Cheryl Ford Center is perfect for large events. It’s capable of holding up to 175 people. The Cheryl Ford Center includes a stage with a sound system and podium, covered patio, the Croc Room, along with various table configurations. The Safari Grill is great for parties and catered events, and has a capacity for 100 guests. The Croc Room or the Map Room, used for smaller meetings or as a breakout room, both have a capacity for 15 guests. The Safari Dome, our outdoor semi-covered amphitheater with bleacher seating, has a capacity for 180 guests. The Events Lawn, our outdoor manicured park-like setting, overlooking the entire park, is great for weddings, receptions or BBQ’s, and has the capacity for 350 guests. A list of caterers can be provided for you upon request.
Extras: Enhance your event with a special animal appearance. From snakes to cheetahs, safari animals can visit your event and enhance your rentals! Black linens can also be rented for your tables of choice at $5 each!
For prices, rentals information, to make a reservation or for additional information, fill out one of the forms below or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To inquire about or book a birthday party, contact guest services at 541.679.6761 or fill out the form below.
I want to inquire about renting Wildlife Safari space for my event, wedding, fundraiser, etc.
I want to inquire about birthday parties at Wildlife Safari
For the safety of our animals and yours, NO pets are allowed in the Safari Village nor the Wildlife Safari Drive Through, including for rentals. Wildlife Safari offers free onsite (unsupervised) kennels for pets, and sells locks for the kennels for a $5 fee at guest services, inside of the gift shop.
Not the space accommodations you’re looking for? Check out the Winston Community Center.
Cover photo credit to Amy Booker Photography.