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Tupelo Buffalo Park & Zoo

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2272 N Coley Rd, Tupelo, MS 38801-7057
+1 866-272-4766
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Small zoo with few animals. Tigers are kept in a very small area. They should be found in a bigger... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Noemi N
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Newark, New Jersey
Very Cool

This is a very cool place and its right in our backyard. I can't believe my kids get to see Zebras... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2017
Justin B
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Get up close to our animals with the Monster Bison Bus and you can also see exotic animals like Tall Boy & Patches (our giraffes that will actually eat out of your hand!) and so much more!Our Petting zoo has a variety of different animals. With rabbits, turkeys, pigmy goats, pot belly pigs "Lucy" the miniature cow, "Bucky" the fallow deer, and some miniature horses. With the addition of our very own Turken Frisel, the petting zoo has become even more unusual and exciting. These are only a few of the animals that we have in our petting zooThe Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo is proud to be the home of the White Buffalo "TUKOTA" (Too-ko-ta). A white buffalo is considered by the Sioux Indian tribes to be the most sacred living thing you could encounter.
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2272 N Coley Rd, Tupelo, MS 38801-7057
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Small zoo with few animals. Tigers are kept in a very small area. They should be found in a bigger area to allow them some movement as their nature claims.

Thank Noemi N
Reviewed 28 July 2017

This is a very cool place and its right in our backyard. I can't believe my kids get to see Zebras, Giraffes, Bison, etc everyday!

1  Thank Justin B
Reviewed 2 July 2017

We come from a little bit bigger town (50,000) and our zoo is quite a bit nicer. We did not do the buffalo tour due to our being close enough to Yellowstone National Park to see them in the wild.

Thank bbjsanow
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

The kids enjoyed feeding the animals, it was cool to be up close to bison, zebras and camels. The goats, deer and lambs were cool to feed as well. Good to see they are planning on building the tiger a larger cage. Not a bad...More

Thank peppfamily
Reviewed 25 May 2017

I took my daughter to the pumpkin patch here. She really seemed to enjoy everything that they had to offer.

Thank mattbperryms
Reviewed 26 April 2017

If you want to be up close and personable with the buffalo, zebra, camel, etc. take the VIP option tour. You're in a jeep with your own personal guide and you go off road, coming right up to the animals for great photo ops! You...More

1  Thank All50States58
Reviewed 11 April 2017

We wanted to see bison, and we did! Most of the exhibits were okay, but small for the animals they were holding. I don't like zoos; I think they're cruel, but the bison, camel and zebra were in over 200 acres.

Thank Ramona O
Reviewed 14 February 2017

enjoyed the short time i spent there, many animal to see and you can feed few of them. however didnt like the tiger cage, it was a pretty big tiger in a very small cage. there was big empty field for the buffalo and the...More

Thank Sk F
Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

Feeding the goats was the highlight of our trip to the Buffalo Park for everyone, ages 3 to 65. The kids loved the big cats, monkeys and bear. The adults liked the bus tour. The playground was also a plus. We did feel the prices...More

Thank Amanda M
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Even as a child visiting this beloved zoo, I always felt a pang of guilt as I walked through park. As cool as it was to be 10 feet away from a lioness, that lioness was trapped behind chain link fence and laying motionless on...More

6  Thank Sydney H
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Response from Sk F | Reviewed this property |
it was $5 per adult
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591rachelf
5 December 2015|
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Response from Kayla2019 | Reviewed this property |
I believe so but I would double check their website just to make sure. The hours are listed online as well the phone number.
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591rachelf
5 December 2015|
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Response from Andi S | Reviewed this property |
I don't know. You can call them at the number below or perhaps visit their website for more information. (662) 844-8709
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