Wild Florida announced late Friday night that its Drive-thru Safari Park will remain closed until further notice.
“We apologize for the very late notice and any inconvenience or disappointment this has caused you and your family. If you had a trip planned, our reservations team will be in contact with you to issue refunds or to reschedule your experience for another day as soon as we reopen. Refunds may take 5 to 7 days to appear back in your account.”
Those who bought tickets online can call Wild Florida’s reservation line (407-957-3135) or email email@example.com. On its Facebook announcement of the closure, Wild Florida noted its reservations team would reach out to ticket holders, and refunds should take 5-7 days.
Positively Osceola looks forward to when Wild Florida’s Drive-thru Safari Park, its Gator Park, airboat tours and other animal encounters, re-open. Wild Florida is certainly an amazing natural Florida gem in Osceola County, and during this time of virtual learning for students throughout Osceola County, the Safari Park was a safe “breath of fresh air” and an amazing educational tool for families and students.