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Tennessee Safari Park

637 Conley Road
731-696-4423

Hillcrest Farm, which now contains Tennessee Safari Park, has been through many changes throughout its time, but it has always remained in the same family through hard work and perseverance.  The land was given to us by President Andrew Jackson as a land grant to settle the land of the South, we remain one of the few families that have been able to hold on to their land. Hillcrest opened its doors in 1867 as an agricultural farm.  Although it has been through very many changes and done many different aspects with the land, we still strive to give the best product our family can produce.
   

We began preserving these beautiful animals starting in 1967, starting with the first herd of buffalo owned in the state of Tennessee. Tennessee Safari Park thanks you for visiting us and we would enjoy having you again at any time so feel free to stop by.

 



Reviews

Dlettar Robinson

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Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018
CASH ONLY... ABOUT 70 BUCKS FOR 5 OF US... MORE OF A PETTING ZOO THAN A ZOO ZOO... NO ELEPHANTS, GIRAFFES, MONKEYS, STUFF LIKE THAT BUT MAINLY LAMAS, DEER, & BUFFALO..IT WAS A COOL EXPERIENCE FOR MYSELF & CHILDREN... THE ANIMALS WERE WELL BEHAVED NONE WERE AGGRESSIVE.. I WOULD VISIT AGAIN.. WE LOVE MAKING MEMORIES ❤️

Scott Wood

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Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018
I absolutely love this place. There are tons of animals to see and you get up real up and close with them. you feed them directly from the car from Cops. You do need to be careful because they will pull the cupp directly out of your hand. I did have an incident with a camel who I thought was being real sweet I'm leaving its mouth on my arm until it reached out and bit my arm. Fortunately it. We'll go again.

Lanny Moore

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
This place is amazing. This was not our first visit and likely won't be our last. My kids love it here. The ostriches are both a bit scary and funny. The wide variety of animals that people can see and feed here make it a great place to bring your kids as well as any out of town relatives. The petting zoo is a favorite of both my small children. When the older ones were small, they enjoyed coming to the Safari Park. The park has grown so much over the last 8 years. I'm sure we will be there again before you know it...

Brandi Garrison

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Monday, July 2, 2018
Oh my gosh! My kids and I had a blast here! I have literally never laughed so hard in my life at the panic, terror, and joy unfolding around me! 1st of all none of us have ever been to a park like this so we had no idea what we were getting into. 2nd we we're not at all prepared for GIGANTIC animals sticking half of their bodies in the car with us, willing to do what ever it took to get the treats we had for them! It was hilarious! We screamed in terror and laughed uncontrollably! It was so GREAT! We had so much fun and I totally recommend anyone to go here, if you have a good sense of humour and you don't mind crazed creepy giant birds in your face or huge llamas chasing you then you'll really have a good time! Awesome family adventure!

Lacy Holt

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Sunday, July 1, 2018
This was a great experience! Be sure & buy plenty of food for the animals, as we ran out quickly. The camels & zebras will take the entire bowl! Great day trip for kids, & is unlike your typical zoo, where you walk for hours in the heat, this place allows you to be in the cool comfort of your own vehicle for MOST of the animals. There are concessions, a gift shop, and a few more animals at the end that require a brief walk. They don't have quite as many species as the Nashville or Memphis zoo, but the overall experience was fantastic!!♡

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