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Bearizona Wildlife Park, Arizona

Bearizona Wildlife Park

Category: Activities, Attractions
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Bearizona Wildlife Park

Experience wildlife animals in its natural environment from the safety and comfort of your own automobile. Bearizona is a unique wildlife park that features various types of species, including big horn sheep, wolves, bears, and bison. Check out these amazing creatures while driving around the park paths in your own vehicle. Bearizona highlights normally elusive animals that are successful conservation stories.



  • June-August 15th, Daily, 8:00 am, Last Admittance: 6:00 pm
  • All Other Months: Daily, Hours Vary
  • January- February, Daily, 10:00 am, Last Admittance: 4:00pm


  • Adults -

    $20 + tax
  • Seniors 62 and older -

    $18 + tax
  • Children age 4-12 years -

    $10 + tax
  • Children age 0-3 years -



  • Wild Wonderland
  • Homeschool Visitation Day
  • A Taste of the Wilderness


  • Interactive Tours
  • Exhibits
  • Lectures
  • Raptor Shows

You can watch free-flight raptor birds fly at three different times of the day.

Bearizona Wildlife Park is home to the High Country Raptors. Stationed in Fort Bearizona, the High Country Raptors offer three shows daily to the public at 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm. During these free-flight shows, guest will experience face to face adventures with falcons, owls and hawks.

With the park annual pass you can receive many perks.

Purchase the annual pass for $175 and receive unlimited visits to the park for one year, invitations to exclusive pass holder events and a 10% discount on gift shop purchases.


  • What are the different types of animals that can be seen?

    Bearizona features over 2 miles of roads and paths of scenic natural animal habitats. While remaining in the comforts of your private vehicle, you will see Doll Sheep, Brown Bison, Mountain Goats, Big Horn Sheep, Artic Wolves, American Burro, Tundra Wolves, Black Bears and much more.
  • Is there a cost to come into the park?

    Admission to the park is $20 for each adult, $18 for senior age 62 and older, $10 for child ages 4-12 and free for children ages 3 and under.


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