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Parc Safari

#1 of 6 things to do in Hemmingford Features Animals
850 Route 202 | Hemmingford, Hemmingford, Quebec J0L 1H0, Canada
+1 450-247-2727
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It's a great place but expect long line ups there is no good day to go on you need a lot of time to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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We got summer season passes. Went twice, Friday and Saturday. A bit of a line up at the entrance... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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Since July 15, 1972, twelve million guests have discovered a piece of Africa at Parc Safari. In 40 years, Parc Safari has embellished its grounds, diversified its activities and invested continuously to improve and maintain exceptional life conditions for its residents, 500 animals of 75 different species.The Olduvai elevated walkway let's you observe the macaques easily, while the glass tunnels put you at eye level with our white lions!The Farm of the Five Continents presents to you domesticated animals from all over the world and let's you enjoy a camel or poney ride. Our water park now comprises five areas: pools, beaches, tube ride, water slides and games. There is also the Deer Trail, the Afrika Terrasse (giraffes are awaiting your treats!), Safari Aventure, shows, rides and so much more! Our mission is to protect and preserve endangered species as well as educate our guests about them, while creating a unique City of recreation, fun and environmental awareness for the whole family. Guided by a passionate team, Parc Safari is striving to become ever more beautiful and complete for you our guests! Come see us this summer!
  • Excellent31%
  • Very good37%
  • Average15%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible8%
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“water park” (50 reviews)
“drive thru” (13 reviews)
850 Route 202 | Hemmingford, Hemmingford, Quebec J0L 1H0, Canada
+1 450-247-2727
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's a great place but expect long line ups there is no good day to go on you need a lot of time to tour the place.if you cannot see it all a second trip is always fun.thr animals own the road so give them...More

Thank Roberto7925
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We got summer season passes. Went twice, Friday and Saturday. A bit of a line up at the entrance but once in, its all fun. The first day, we got food boxes from the counter and used our own car for touring the herbivores section....More

1  Thank robcan1
Reviewed 1 week ago

Parc Safari was a wonderful experience, I wasn't expecting an attraction like this to be right by the border, so I was surprised when I saw signs for this place. We skipped the water park and walked on the boardwalk where we saw bears, macaques,...More

Thank Tobias M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

my kids loved the animals, and even I, the resident grouch, felt like a kid while wandering the park. While I don't speak French, it was easy to be understood.

Thank Kiersten B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

So nice we picked up season passes. The drive part was fun to watch not just the animals but to watch as they stuck their heads into the other cars to get carrots from the passengers. Be ready to kick back and just sit in...More

Thank WmM903
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The drive through safari was fantastic!! The animals are right there...putting their heads right in your car. Other reviews talk about bringing in your own veggies, but there are signs posted asking people not to feed them carrots. The animals were all very gentle, except...More

Thank stjohnpa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We definitely had a great time as a family. I was a little disappointed that in some of the pools some of the water sprayer things did not work. However the drive-through safari was fun but I remember it being better as a kid. It...More

Thank WineLady315
Reviewed 20 June 2017

We've traveled through another drive through safari outside of Toronto. We were worried about this one as our vehicle is brand new and didn't want monkeys or other animals scratching it. We decided to take the risk and just chalk up any scratches to good...More

1  Thank Lee P
Reviewed 14 June 2017

This experience started off poorly. We arrived 5 minutes after it opened in the morning and were about 6th car in line but waited approx 45 mins before we gained entrance. The park is huge but not really populated enough for the space. I found...More

1  Thank Nathan A
Reviewed 29 May 2017 via mobile

We were there very early in the season so none of the water features were available but we enjoyed the drive through Safari and other animals. Their lions were especially impressive and all of the animals appeared healthy and well treated. Perfect for a short...More

1  Thank Erica B
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7 July 2017|
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Response from Chris P | Reviewed this property |
You can bring carrots, but the animals seem less interested in carrots, and the staff say that it gives the animals upset stomachs. We found the animals went wild over green leaf lettuce, especially the camels. Wish we'd... More
5 June 2017|
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Response from Chris M | Reviewed this property |
If they are animal lovers they will be happy, there is also a waterslide park.
29 May 2017|
Response from Chris P | Reviewed this property |
We got there yesterday when they opened up at 10, and we did the Safari drive. Some of the larger animals were being fed. But, I gather that later in the day, they start to siesta, and stay away go for the shade rather than... More