*Thanks Abraham Levy!
Everyone loves a little bit of nostalgia when it comes to Jungle Habitat. For those of you who have visited the site in recent years, it is difficult to imagine that the overgrown areas were once a thriving safari park. All of the paved roads are still in place; best traversed on bike or ATV. Walking the paths is also an option, but with over 1,000 acres of hilly wooded terrain, it's best to leave the walking to those with a heavy cardio fitness routine! Many of the fences remain intact, but the structures deteriorate with each passing year. The site has been picked through over the decades, so if you're seeking relics, I'm afraid it's too late.
Rather than dwell on the present, we're pretty sure you're here for the past. This page is full of random photos from the Safari Park and Jungle Junction. We've tried to pull together a compilation of the park as seen through the eyes of its many happy visitors.
We welcome Jungle Habitat photos of any sort to add to the collection; send yours to firstname.lastname@example.org. We know some former employee(s) has good ones hiding in a box down in grandma's basement. If you're a technically challenged person, please hit up a nearby teenager or young adult to scan the images for you. We beg you not to take a picture of a picture with your smartphone, that never works well for anyone!
As you begin your visual journey, remember: PEOPLE are FOOD in LION country. Keep doors closed and locked and windows rolled up*.
Warner Brothers promotional film
Where is THAT sign? Watch carefully!