A new 3-acre addition featuring all-new experiences, including an adventurous family ride, immersive animal encounters, a playful water attraction, a fun and unique food location, engaging play zones and other new ways to create memories at our South Georgia theme park.
Kids take the wheel and travel through the custom Leopard Tortoise habitat, putting them face to face with these fantastic herbivore creatures native to Africa, which can live 80 to 100 years.
The Misty Springs Soak Zone gives families a great way to cool off and relax in the shade with towering mist posts and splash pads.
After adventuring and playing, Paradise Pizza offers a delicious variety of flatbread pizzas and refreshing drinks satisfying all appetites.
Come face-to-face with prairie dogs and porcupines, and experience one-on-one encounters and have pictures taken with red-footed tortoises. We're excited to announce four NEW animal friends to the area!
Caracals are the heaviest and the fastest of the small cats in Africa. They tend to live in the drier areas of Africa and the Middle East. Their long black ear tufts, or tassels, are most likely used to communicate. These cats are agile hunters and can leap up to 10 feet high!
Caracals are generally solitary animals. While the male does not help raise the young, kittens will stay with their mother until they are about one year old.
Tamanduas are miniature anteaters. They are arboreal, which means they spend most of their time in trees. Their prehensile tails can grasp onto branches, helping them maintain balance as they climb high above the ground. Tamanduas have sticky tongues that are nearly 16 inches long, and are perfect bug catchers!
These guys are so fun to watch. Prairie Dogs love to forage and maintain burrows. FUN FACT: Their burrows have rooms designated for specific purposes. They are very social and live in family groups and are close relatives to squirrels.
Spider Monkeys get their names because when they hang from their tails, their arms and legs look like that of a spiders! They are also one of three species of monkeys that don't have thumbs. Babies Mambo and JoJo are so excited to meet everyone in Oasis Outpost!
The African crested porcupine is the largest porcupine in the world. As adults these porcupines can measure 22-37 inches in length and weigh 22-66 pounds. The herbivores live in hilly, rocky habitats in sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa and Italy.