Rhino Feeding Adventure

Venture into the Savanna and come face to face with our magnificent crash of Southern White Rhinos!


What to Expect

Venture into the Savanna and come face to face with our magnificent crash of Southern White Rhinos! Yes, that’s what a group of rhinos is called, and on this tour, you’ll see why! Our expert keepers will be your guides, giving you the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with the world’s second-largest land mammal.


Feed them a snack, give them a gentle scratch, and discover how you can contribute to conserving this vulnerable species. Plus, learn all about the care and training required for these majestic animals and be among the first to hear about our upcoming safari expansion.

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Tips to Know

  • Minimum age 3
  • 12 people maximum
  • Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult
  • We recommend wearing close-toed shoes
  • Bring a camera! Photography is allowed
  • Testimonials from Our Visitors

    A Day in the Rhino Feeding Adventure


    After hearing the white rhinos had arrived, we just had to see them. Meeting Dwight and the girls was amazing. They are so sweet, vocal and live the attention. Feeding them was an experience I have done more than once and we always look forward to it. To have the barn done and get the safari park finished would be amazing. We feel everyone should have the opportunity to meet these magnificent creatures.


    We loved the entire experience at the park. Erinn took us on a behind-the-scenes, up close and personal rhino experience. We loved it!

    Judi Wall

    If you like animals and want to learn about them up close, this is the place to go. I love zoos and this is one of the best I have been to anywhere in the US, particularly for encounters. Additionally, everyone there is friendly and very knowledgeable about the animals.

    Amber Botts

    Conservation Corner: Southern White Rhino

    Giraffes are facing a silent extinction. We partner with Giraffe Conservation Foundation to help raise funds for tracking giraffes so researchers and law makers can work together to establish protected areas. We also monitor heights on all our giraffe and submit them to Wild Nature to be compared with data on wild giraffe. The more we know about them the easier they are to conserve!