Safari Junction holds first Trick-or-Treat event


To celebrate the end of their season, Safari Junction, Home of Valley Exotics Zoo, hosted a Trick-or-Treat event on Saturday, Oct. 28. Costumed children were invited free of charge with a paying adult. They were allowed a bowl of feed to walk the safari and feed the animals. Along the path there were various candy stations set up. While general admission did close on Sunday, Oct. 29, private tours can still be booked this summer. Safari Junction is also considering holding animal encounters after the first of the year. They will officially reopen May of 2018. During the summer season, Safari Junction had over 2,500 visitors, from local residents to families traveling from as far away as Florida and Texas.


To celebrate the end of their season, Safari Junction, Home of Valley Exotics Zoo, hosted a Trick-or-Treat event on Saturday, Oct. 28. Costumed children were invited free of charge with a paying adult. They were allowed a bowl of feed to walk the safari and feed the animals. Along the path there were various candy stations set up. While general admission did close on Sunday, Oct. 29, private tours can still be booked this summer. Safari Junction is also considering holding animal encounters after the first of the year. They will officially reopen May of 2018. During the summer season, Safari Junction had over 2,500 visitors, from local residents to families traveling from as far away as Florida and Texas.

To celebrate the end of their season, Safari Junction, Home of Valley Exotics Zoo, hosted a Trick-or-Treat event on Saturday, Oct. 28. Costumed children were invited free of charge with a paying adult. They were allowed a bowl of feed to walk the safari and feed the animals. Along the path there were various candy stations set up. While general admission did close on Sunday, Oct. 29, private tours can still be booked this summer. Safari Junction is also considering holding animal encounters after the first of the year. They will officially reopen May of 2018. During the summer season, Safari Junction had over 2,500 visitors, from local residents to families traveling from as far away as Florida and Texas.
http://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/11/web1_Safari2.jpgTo celebrate the end of their season, Safari Junction, Home of Valley Exotics Zoo, hosted a Trick-or-Treat event on Saturday, Oct. 28. Costumed children were invited free of charge with a paying adult. They were allowed a bowl of feed to walk the safari and feed the animals. Along the path there were various candy stations set up. While general admission did close on Sunday, Oct. 29, private tours can still be booked this summer. Safari Junction is also considering holding animal encounters after the first of the year. They will officially reopen May of 2018. During the summer season, Safari Junction had over 2,500 visitors, from local residents to families traveling from as far away as Florida and Texas.