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Family Friendly (Accessible – with exception of bus ride at this time. See info below)
Bearizona Wildlife Park
1500 E. Route 66, Williams, Arizona
Park opens at 9:00 am / Last car admitted at 4:00 / Closes at dusk.
An out of town day trip!
We have had several requests for this one, so if you want to join us please get signed up early so we don’t have to end up cancelling!
You choose your arrival time and how long you would like to be at the park. (See schedule below)
Meet at 11:00 am if having lunch at the park – more details below
We do have a Wild Bus Ride scheduled at 2:00
Arrive no later than 1:30 to leave on the Wild Bus Ride Tour as it leaves promptly at 2:00. (Self Driving Tour or Self Guided Walking/Rolling Tour can leave at anytime)
Registration deadline is midnight 10/23/18
DISCOUNTED RATES FOR ANYONE ARE BELOW.
Adults (13 and over) $16.56 including tax (Regular cost $20 p/p plus tax)
Children (4-12) $5.52 including tax (Regular cost $10 p/p plus tax)
Children 3 and under are FREE
PLEASE FILL OUT THE INFO FOR THE MAIN ATTENDEE, THEN IF ADDITIONAL PERSONS WILL BE ATTENDING, PLEASE CHOOSE AND ADD THE ADDITIONAL ITEMS.
Transportation and hotel should you decide to go earlier or stay longer are your own responsibility and cost.
Note – as of 1/9/18, the Wild Bus Ride is not wheelchair accessible, however they are working on this and it may be an option in time for our visit.
Your admission includes the 1 hour Wild Bus Ride, (or Self Guided Drive/Walk) Birds of Prey show (Owls, Hawks & Falcons are flown directly over your head) and other animal encounters.
For those of you that would like to have lunch prior to the tour of your choice, you have the option of packing your own lunch and eating in the picnic area near the Kindergarten Bears or there is a restaurant on the premises called Canyonlands. We have been told that it is amazing and it is like eating at the bottom of the Grand Canyon!
Please arrive by 11:00 am if you are joining us for lunch (cost on your own).
Option to Invoice for "No Show / Late Cancellation"
If you register for an activity/event online or by mail and are unable to attend, please notify us in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling one of the numbers listed below prior to the applicable registration deadline. If we are not notified of change in attendance prior to the deadline, we will not be able to issue a refund for any amount you paid. In addition, if you have registered for a “FREE” spot paid on your behalf by We’re MOVING FORWARD! and do not notify us of your change in attendance before the applicable deadline or are a “no show”, we reserve the right to invoice you for the amount that was paid on your behalf.
NOTE: When registering you will be required to let us know the following (all food options are at your own cost):
Lunch with WMF at Canyonlands
Bringing own lunch in picnic area
Not eating at Park
Wild Bus Ride
Drive Own Car – Self Guided
Walk/Roll – Self Guided
Self Guided Walking Tour
Visitors will walk through Fort Bearizona, located directly after the drive-through portion of the park. In this area, guests leisurely stroll through winding walkways to get an up-close look at the antics of baby and smaller animals on exhibit.
Interpretive signage is located throughout for guests to learn more about each animal. There is also the “Bearizona Barnyard” petting zoo, a Mine Shaft Experience which houses some nocturnal animals as well as some creepy, crawly critters and a unique exhibit which houses kindergarten bears not quite old enough to go into our adult enclosure.
This exhibit has a very distinctive feature where visitors can walk into a cave which leads them to a large viewing glass of the bears den!
See an animal up-close and talk to an animal keeper about how that species lives in the wild, what it eats, how it fits in the ecosystem, and more.
Although only the keeper touches the animals, this is an opportunity to see individual animals up close. Featured animals you could see at a trail side encounter include: Ferrets, Prairie Dogs, Opossum, Invertebrates, Reptiles.
9:40 a.m. - Bear Aware: Learn a little more about black bears and how to safely live and recreate in bear country.
10:00 a.m. - Ambassador Animal Show: Watch keepers as they train our program animals.
10:40 a.m. - Bobcat Chat: Keepers educate the public about Bobcats while they feed.
11:40 a.m. - Otter Feeding: Help keepers feed our otters.
1:40 p.m. - Program Animal Meet-n-Greet: Get up-close and learn more about one of our many program animals.
2:00 p.m. - Ambassador Animal Show: Watch keepers as they train our program animals.
2:30 p.m. - Training/Enrichment Session: Watch keepers as they provide enrichment and work on training one of the animals in Fort Bearizona.
Drive through the Arizona wilderness viewing our varied collection of North American animals from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle. Get up-close to these otherwise elusive animals during our three mile drive at your own pace.
Most vehicles can drive through Bearizona’s well-maintained gravel roads. Each vehicle must be completely enclosed and have operational windows.
Sorry no atv/all-terrain or open-top jeeps or open-top convertibles. Guests arriving by motorcycle or bicycle qualify to use our courtesy car program. We offer vehicles for you to drive through the park at no extra charge!