Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park will be opening it’s doors for the 2015 season on 21st March 2015, when the park will be open daily, 10am - 5:30pm
Included in your admission prices are:
• Sea lion presentation: 12 noon, 1.30pm, 4.30pm (extra show @ 3pm in peak season).
• Birds of prey flying demonstration: 11.30pm, 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm.
• Take a boat safari around chimp island, with tours throughout the day.
• Drive through Safari
• Foot safari and petting farm
• Pay a visit to Lemur Land
• Mess around in the Pedal boats
• Adventure play area with pirate ship, climbing frames and buried treasure... but watch out for the ghost!
• Zip through the sky over the pedal boats on the Flying Fox!
• Race down the Astroglide
• Park and Picnic.
• Free coach and car parking
• BBQs: bring your own or use ours - just ask at the ticket office on the day.
• Want to learn a bit more about the animals? Don't miss the Meet the Keeper talks at enclosures and viewing platforms:-
12pm Elephants, 12:30pm Giraffes, 2pm Tigers, 2:30pm Rhinos,3:30pm Penguins, 4pm Meerkats.
There are a few paid extras too:
Have your face painted and reveal your wild side.
Only the Keepers get to feed the lions, but you can feed the animals at the petting farm!
Take a ride at the funfair:
• Dragon ride
• Cups and saucers
• Bouncy castle
• Mini tractors
• Mini digger
The park has a vast range of birds and animals to see including;
African Elephant, Axis Deer, Bison, Camels, Chimps, Eland, Giraffes, Lions, Meerkats and many many more!
A new face for 2015 is Bruce, a beautiful southern white rhino calf was born just after 1am on Sunday morning (12th October). His birth was broadcast around the world on the live stream rhino cam.
Bruce's 630 stone mother, Dot, has a 100% success rate at rearing calves, Bruce is her 4th calf and a vital part of the endangered species breeding programme. Wild white rhino's are currently being poached at rate that will see them extinct by 2026. There are estimated to be fewer than 18,000 remaining in the wild and at least 2 are poached daily to satisfy a ill-founded belief system which uses rhino horn as medicine.
The Southern white rhino is the second heaviest land mammal after the elephant and Bruce, who was born on Sunday, is expected to put on 1.5 stone a week for the next few years. He weighed eight stone at birth.
Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park is located off the A84 between Stirling and Callander ( use for FK9 4UR for sat nav purposes) and is an easy drive from any of our self-catering holiday cottages.
For more information on what to find at the park visit the website at
A day at the park would provide a great family day out while staying in the our area.