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Mega Passes

The Mega Pass offers unlimited visits all season. PLUS, a variety of unbelievable in-park perks. Click to learn more about these mega savings on mega fun!

Season Passes

The Season Pass offers unlimited daily admission for the entire season. Let’s Go, Let’s Go to Safari Joe’s is what you’ll be singing with this value packed pass!

Day Passes

Perfect for guests who are visiting Tulsa, Oklahoma or locals who are seeking some FUN. This one day admission pass offers unlimited fun at Safari Joe’s.

General Admission

Junior Admission
Senior Admission
Cooler Passes

2 & Under

Short Swim

Rides & Attractions

Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline-pumping thrill or a place to kick back for some summertime chill, there’s something for everyone. Click to plan your trip.

Park Map & Info

All of the information you need on our location, hours, park layout, special events calendar, and more. 

Food & Drinks

Come hungry (and thirsty!) because our water and adventure park is full of restaurants, concessions, and a bar. Get all of the details when you click for more.

Animal Exhibits

 Events

Locker Rentals

Tube Rentals

Souvenirs/Shopping

Gallery

Park Rentals

Safari Joe’s H2O is proud to host large-scale events such as fundraising galas, youth outings and corporate retreats. Rent our award-winning water park in Tulsa for your next soirée!

Pavilions

Looking for an outdoor party venue in Tulsa? Choose our shaded poolside pavilions to commemorate your celebration! Pricing starts at just $150 per rental.

Cabanas

Take a trip to paradise without leaving Tulsa! Our cabanas offer a private space to lounge with a cold drink, perfect for birthday gatherings, bachelorette parties, and any grand celebration.

Parties/Events
Park Rental
Group Rates

Tulsa Botanic Garden

Located in the Osage foothills, Tulsa Botanic Garden is a 170 acre garden featuring over 8,000 plants and cascading water features. Stretch your legs at this lush, scenic oasis before getting back in the car to head home and enjoy floral terraces, a lakeside promenade, a lotus pool, a prairie trail, and an interactive children’s garden featuring a sensory walk and a tree fort.

Philbrook Museum

Set in the historic home of petroleum businessman Waite Phillips, the stunning Italian Renaissance villa was designed by a regional architect for Waite’s wife, Genevieve, and their children, Helen and Elliott. In 1938, Waite gifted the 72-room mansion to the city of Tulsa so it could have an art center. Today, the Philbrook Museum of Art is filled with African, modern and contemporary, and Native American art collections as well as rotating exhibitions that span a centuries and a multitude of topics. The museum sits on 25 acres of expansive formal gardens, plus it features a relaxed, sun-lit restaurant where guests can have lunch, dinner, or a drink.

Utica Square

An upscale outdoor shopping center filled with over 60 local shops and national retailers, Utica Square is a short seven minute drive from Safari Joe’s H2O. Featuring stores like Anthropologie, Coach, Kendra Scott, Madewell, Pottery Barn, and Saks Fifth Avenue, the shopping center also has several luxury restaurants, like Polo Grill and Stonehorse Cafe, as well as a variety of personal services: a yoga studio, a juice bar, and a hair salon.

Woody Guthrie Center

A public museum and archive located in downtown Tulsa, the Woody Guthrie Center is a state-of-the-art center dedicated to the life and legacy of American folk musician and singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie. A must-see for music enthusiasts, the building features a giant tan and black Woody Guthrie mural that’s perfect for souvenir photo snapshots.

Center of the Universe

Located northwest of the old Union Train Depot and near the Woody Guthrie Center, the Center of the Universe is a mysterious acoustic phenomenon that acts as an amplified echo chamber. Step in and make some noise! You’ll notice the sounds are echoed back much louder. Just a few steps away is another Tulsa landmark, the Artificial Cloud statue.

Gathering Place

After a fun day on our water slides and water rides, visit the world-class riverfront park voted USA Today’s Best New Attraction of 2019: The Gathering Place. With adventure playgrounds, a sensory music garden, picnic areas, landscaped walkways, and more, this park is another great place (get it?) to release any extra energy before your road trip back home.

Redbud Valley Nature Preserve

See a side of Oklahoma you won’t find in the bustling city of Tulsa or in the state’s capitol, Oklahoma City. Walk through rugged trails and look for sightings (or evidence) of deer, bobcats, coyotes, beavers, skunks, flying squirrels, over 200 types of birds, butterflies, and more. You’re going to want to bring your camera! (And bug spray and sunscreen.)

Route 66 Landmarks

Get your kicks on Route 66! See the Golden Driller, Buck Atom, and the Blue Whale of Catoosa after you slip and slide on our lazy river and extra-tall water rides. Visible from Safari Joe’s H2O is the Golden Driller, a 75 foot tall statue of an oil worker, that clocks in at the sixth tallest statue in the country. To the west, you’ll find Buck Atom, a distinct Muffler Man holding a silver rocketship and wearing a cowboy hat over a space helmet. To the east, you’ll discover the Blue Whale of Catoosa, a Route 66 icon that sits on a spring-fed pond and was made for the former Animal Reptile Kingdom.

Visiting Tulsa

Tulsa Botanic Garden

Located in the Osage foothills, Tulsa Botanic Garden is a 170 acre garden featuring over 8,000 plants and cascading water features. Stretch your legs at this lush, scenic oasis before getting back in the car to head home and enjoy floral terraces, a lakeside promenade, a lotus pool, a prairie trail, and an interactive children’s garden featuring a sensory walk and a tree fort.

Philbrook Museum

Set in the historic home of petroleum businessman Waite Phillips, the stunning Italian Renaissance villa was designed by a regional architect for Waite’s wife, Genevieve, and their children, Helen and Elliott. In 1938, Waite gifted the 72-room mansion to the city of Tulsa so it could have an art center. Today, the Philbrook Museum of Art is filled with African, modern and contemporary, and Native American art collections as well as rotating exhibitions that span a centuries and a multitude of topics. The museum sits on 25 acres of expansive formal gardens, plus it features a relaxed, sun-lit restaurant where guests can have lunch, dinner, or a drink.

Utica Square

An upscale outdoor shopping center filled with over 60 local shops and national retailers, Utica Square is a short seven minute drive from Safari Joe’s H2O. Featuring stores like Anthropologie, Coach, Kendra Scott, Madewell, Pottery Barn, and Saks Fifth Avenue, the shopping center also has several luxury restaurants, like Polo Grill and Stonehorse Cafe, as well as a variety of personal services: a yoga studio, a juice bar, and a hair salon.

Woody Guthrie Center

A public museum and archive located in downtown Tulsa, the Woody Guthrie Center is a state-of-the-art center dedicated to the life and legacy of American folk musician and singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie. A must-see for music enthusiasts, the building features a giant tan and black Woody Guthrie mural that’s perfect for souvenir photo snapshots.

Center of the Universe

Located northwest of the old Union Train Depot and near the Woody Guthrie Center, the Center of the Universe is a mysterious acoustic phenomenon that acts as an amplified echo chamber. Step in and make some noise! You’ll notice the sounds are echoed back much louder. Just a few steps away is another Tulsa landmark, the Artificial Cloud statue.

The Gathering Place

After a fun day on our water slides and water rides, visit the world-class riverfront park voted USA Today’s Best New Attraction of 2019: The Gathering Place. With adventure playgrounds, a sensory music garden, picnic areas, landscaped walkways, and more, this park is another great place (get it?) to release any extra energy before your road trip back home.

Redbud Valley Nature Preserve

See a side of Oklahoma you won’t find in the bustling city of Tulsa or in the state’s capitol, Oklahoma City. Walk through rugged trails and look for sightings (or evidence) of deer, bobcats, coyotes, beavers, skunks, flying squirrels, over 200 types of birds, butterflies, and more. You’re going to want to bring your camera! (And bug spray and sunscreen.)

Route 66 Landmarks

Get your kicks on Route 66! See the Golden Driller, Buck Atom, and the Blue Whale of Catoosa after you slip and slide on our lazy river and extra-tall water rides. Visible from Safari Joe’s H2O is the Golden Driller, a 75 foot tall statue of an oil worker, that clocks in at the sixth tallest statue in the country. To the west, you’ll find Buck Atom, a distinct Muffler Man holding a silver rocketship and wearing a cowboy hat over a space helmet. To the east, you’ll discover the Blue Whale of Catoosa, a Route 66 icon that sits on a spring-fed pond and was made for the former Animal Reptile Kingdom.