An animal sanctuary where local species roam free, Bearizona Wildlife Park provides wild encounters with bears, wolves, and birds of prey. You'll find access to the surrounding forest via a well-maintained gravel road. Animals may run out into the road, so drive slowly and keep your windows closed. Walkers can stroll through Fort Bearizona to view baby animals before they are released into the open park. Consider taking in a show near the fort. Trained birds of prey exhibit their wingspan and hunting capability, or you can view an otter feeding. Join the Wild Ride VIP Bus Tour for a guided journey behind the scenes and close-up introduction to animals. The VIP tours are available on a first come, first served basis. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bearizona Wildlife Park by using our Williams road trip planner.
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Ok this place is so cool. Plenty of wildlife freely roaming around. Plenty of time and opportunity to take pictures and videos! You can go around more than once if you think you missed something...
Ok this place is so cool. Plenty of wildlife freely roaming around. Plenty of time and opportunity to take pictures and videos! You can go around more than once if you think you missed something... more »
Very nice park, you drive through and see the animals up close. You also can park your car and walk the rest of it like a zoo. Lots of fun your kids will love it
Very nice park, you drive through and see the animals up close. You also can park your car and walk the rest of it like a zoo. Lots of fun your kids will love it more »
This was our first time coming to Bearizona and we absolutely LOVED it. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. We did the drive through at 8am when the park opened and most of the animals were just laying around and just had breakfast so not active at all. We then walked the park inside and spent a few hours enjoying the animals. The baby bears were adorable and very active climbing the trees and playing in the water.We then went to the drive through again just to see if the animals were more active and they were. The wolves and bears were coming up to the cars. This was expensive but a fun experience for our family. The kids had a great time. I would recommend bringing lunch with you and having it in the park. The decor and park itself is beautiful and great for photos.
Enjoyed Bearizona early weekday and spent four very fun hours visiting all the attractions. We drove through the animal park four times and saw ALL the bears, wolves, bison, etc doing "animal stuff" each time. Walked through part was really nice and scenic. The gift shop is large with lots more than t-shirts! If you are thirsty or hungry the on-site restaurant and bar is amazing with food for every taste.
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