Bearizona Wildlife Park186 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 1500 Historic Rte 66, Williams, AZ 86046, United States, Flagstaff
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9286352289
- Ticket Price: 20 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Park, Family And Kids
Bearizona is a North American Wildlife Park, that allows visitors to drive through wilderness. The place provides perfect grounds to witness herd and pack life from the safety and comfort of a private vehicle. The adventure in Bearizona is a journey of its own. The basic mission of Bearizona is to promote conservation through educational encounters with North American Wildlife in a natural environment. There’s a plethora of species present here, which can be witnessed. It is a fun little park, wherein the animals are not caged and can be seen and admired at arm’s length.
Bearizona Wildlife Park Travel Tips
- Booking beforehand is strongly recommended.
- The Night Flight is also available.
Entrance Ticket Details For Bearizona Wildlife Park
- Ticket price is given without tax.
- Entry for children (0-3 years): Free
- Entry for children (4-12 years): 10 USD + Tax
- Entry for seniors (62 years+): 18 USD + TAX
How to Reach Bearizona Wildlife Park
- By Train: To Amtrak Station
- By Bus: To Fremont Blvd. (Cheshire Park)
- By rented car or taxi.
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17.45% of people who visit Flagstaff include Bearizona Wildlife Park in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
44.44% of people start their Bearizona Wildlife Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bearizona Wildlife Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bearizona Wildlife Park
Bearizona Wildlife Park Reviews & Ratings
What a great time we had! Upon entering the park you get to drive through the woods and see bears, bison, deer and elk, wolves, and some other cool animals UP CLOSE! It's amazing! You won't NOT see animals (unless maybe the bears are in hibernation? not sure how that works in the winter). That leads you to a parking lot where you can enter the second part of the park. It's like a much better zoo plus you are in the woods so it's just lovely. The raptor show is a must see! Try to get a seat in the middle :) We stayed longer so we could see it twice. Then drove through once more. You could easily spend 3-4 plus hours here. There's a huge gift shop and restaurant for hungry and or thirsty guests as well as another little quick restaurant that serves hot dogs and such. There are animal demos throughout the day and an area with cute little goats running around that you can hangout with and pet.
$25 for adult admission, not sure how much for children, but they do offer military discount. The food is a bit pricey but it's worth it, because the food was delicious, the environment is unique, and the employees are nice and helpful and seem happy; well except for one, but you never know what people are going through. My wife and I spent $40 on two decent sized salads and two refillable drinks. Salads were so big we couldn't finish them and we were hungry. I visited the park early October. The drive through the park was awesome! So awesome we did it twice. The bears and the wolves do approach vehicles, so no worries about them being shy. Make sure the windows on your vehicle are clean and you are able to reduce reflections and glare if you like to take photos because you're not allowed to have the windows down during the bear or wolf exhibits. Next time I visit this park or another like it, I may mount a few GoPro's to the vehicle, maybe install a dash cam, there was so many cool things that happened that I wish I caught on camera, like when a bear walked in front of the vehicle in front of us and sat down in front of the vehicle and clapped his paws. We had to maneuver our vehicle to get around the bear. Anyway, I can go on and on, this place is definitely worth visiting.
Really enjoyed this park, especially the opportunity to drive through and see wildlife up close. Had two teenage children with us, and wondered if they'd be interested given their ages, but both enjoyed that up close experience as well. Birds of Prey was a blast. Will know better next time where to sit to get the "immediately over my head" experience.
Great experience! Small but very well managed group of animals. Enjoyed the bird show and the tour bus was definitely a plus. The price is the only thing keeping this from being a five-star rating.
What a wonderful place to spend the day! Great entertainment for all ages. Beautifully made, generous animal enclosures. Employees are happy, friendly and knowledgeable. We drove ourselves through first thing in the morning, walked through the exhibits partially then took the bus ride. Very glad that we did take the bus as it was easier to see and photograph the animals, especially the bears in the trees! Our bus driver was very informative. Upon completion of the bus ride, we enjoyed the raptor show, otter feeding, petting zoo and other exhibits. One of our favorite experiences was watching one of the free-roaming white peacocks outside of the bobcat enclosure teasing the cats. Hilarious! Not to be missed is the very large jaguar exhibit outside Canyonlands Restaurant. The restaurant is counter-ordering with inside/outside seating. At first we thought it was a bit pricey, but food was tasty and quite generous portions. The gift shop had an immense variety of great gift options. Walking around after lunch we encountered our bus driver who recommended driving through again in the afternoon to watch the animals eating close to the road. Bears EVERYWHERE, UP CLOSE. One of the things we REALLY APPRECIATED about Bearizona was being able to have such a high quality experience without being asked for more money at every turn...you get to enjoy it all for one admission price! Thank you Bearizona!
We have a truck camper and will be coming through Williams on our way to the Grand Canyon. Is it possible to drive through the park with our truck camper? Is there any low limbs or covered bridges that might make it impossible for us?Answer Report Abuse
As far as I know, you can drive through the park, but I am not sure about the truck camper. I think it would be better to call Bearizona Park on 928-635-2289 directly.Report Abuse