Welcome to Beavers Bend Safari Park
Nestled on 90 acres in the heart of Hochatown, OK near Hochatown Saloon. Beavers Bend Drive-Thru Safari Park is home to a variety of animals like Rhino, Bison, Zebra, Ostrich, Kudu, Exotic Antelope, Lemurs, Kangaroos, Elk and counting. The safari park roadway is approximately 1.8 miles long meandering through stunning natural terrain with towering trees and water streams making it the perfect backdrop to observe our magnificent animals.
Additionally, make sure to visit our charming coffee shop within the gift shop. It's the perfect opportunity to recharge and reflect on the unforgettable experiences you've shared with your family.
Beavers Bend Safari Park is open year round, park hours vary based on seasonal and holiday demands.
Daily; 9:30am-5:00pm; Last entry at 4:00pm
Turn off Hwy 259 toward the Hochatown Saloon onto Old Hochatown Rd.
What guests are saying
This drive through safari park is a great experience for all ages! A well manicured road winds through the wooded animal exhibits, making it very easy to enjoy. The layout is optimal to spot all the variety of animals with each turn. We especially enjoyed the friendly staff and getting to see their newest baby bison that was born earlier that day! Can’t wait to visit again!
The service was amazing. The owners and employees were all extremely friendly, welcoming, and helpful. The animals were all adorable and it was so much fun. You could see animals up close and personal. It’s beautifully build, and the animals look so happy. VERY much worth the money. It’s well maintained and taken care of. We will definitely be coming back!
Wow!! What a really fun park. Took my kids (all under the age of 10) and had the best time. The safari park is really well laid out so that you can see the animals without spending all your time searching for them. The park was clean and looked professionally done, from the moment you entered the parking lot. You can tell the animals are well taken care of and I appreciated that we saw animals we never knew existed.