Local firefighters, zoo put unique twist on trick-or-treating this year

As a way of saying “Thank You” to their community and supporters, the North Georgia Safari Park and White County Fire Station #6 are co-hosting the “Night of the Living Safari”, a drive-thru trick or treat experience.

The event will take place Friday and Saturday, October 30th and 31st, 4-7 p.m. Here’s the best part – it’s FREE!

You will experience dozens of exotic animals as you drive through the Safari Park – zebra, camels, water buffalo, bison, warthogs, and more. In addition, you’ll receive treats from costumed staff and volunteers along the way.

It’s a fun, COVID-safe, and unique way to experience Halloween.

Due to anticipated crowds, reservations are required. This will make for a better experience for all guests, according to organizers. Reservations may be made online at https://www.northgeorgiazoo.com/night-of-the-living-safari.html

“This free event is possible due to the generosity of many individuals and businesses that are helping sponsor the event,” says North Georgia Safari Park Marketing Director Kaetlyn Dunlap. Donations to the park are appreciated to help care for and feed the animals during this COVID season.

So put on your costume, get your trick or treat bag, and join the fun at Night of the Living Safari! North Georgia Safari Park is located at 2912 Paradise Valley Road, Cleveland, GA.

Visit their website at www.myfavoritezoo.com for more information.

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