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Bearizona Wildlife Park

Drive-Thru Wildlife Park in Williams, Arizona
Bearizona Photos - Arch Entrance

Remarkable archway into Bearizona

From the moment you cross under the remarkable archway into Bearizona Wildlife Park… adventure is found around every corner. Bearizona is nestled amongst 160 acres of pristine Ponderosa Pine Forest and is conveniently located an hour south from Grand Canyon’s south rim in historic Williams Arizona. The park has already grown to be one of the top ten tourist attractions in Arizona, come see what everyone is talking about and witness animal wildlife the way it was meant to be! Watch a video and then get the top 3 reasons you should visit.

Bearizona Video: Put Yourself There!

Bearizona: Top 3 Reasons You Should Visit

#1 – Drive Into the Arizona Wilderness

Bearizona invites guests to drive into the Arizona Wilderness and witness herd and pack life from the comfort and safety of their own private vehicle. During the drive, visitors witness wildlife in their natural environment and get an up-close look at these otherwise elusive North American animals including; Rugged Rocky Mountain Goats, nimble Dall Sheep, friendly American Burros, majestic Bison weighing up to 2,ooo lbs, stealthy Alaskan Tundra & Arctic Wolves, unique White Bison, Big Horn Sheep and of course our comical North American Black Bears.

Bearizona Bear Cubs

Adorable Bear Cubs

#2 – Fort Bearizona

The park also hosts Fort Bearizona, a walk through area where visitors will stroll along winding paths to view the antics of smaller animals on exhibit including adorable bear cubs. Here, guests will find a concession area with beautiful views, and a gift shop filled with souvenirs and trinkets to purchase, as a remembrance of their adventure.

#3 – Amazing Birds of Prey Show

Birds of Prey Show

Birds of Prey Show

There are many ways for families to get involved in Fort Bearizona fun. Whether it be receiving a complimentary Bearizona tattoo from one of our friendly staff, witnessing the amazing birds of prey free-flight show, or watching our animal keeper’s work with program animals or conduct a keeper chat, there is plenty to do and see within the Fort walls.

Make sure you leave time for the Wild Ride, this complimentary tour allows guests to hop on a 50 passenger bus, which doesn’t have windows, and take a drive through the park with an interpretive guide. The tour educates guests on the history of the park, the animals, and the habitats in which they live.

Visiting during December?  Be sure to read about Wild Wonderland a holiday lights show you won’t want to miss!

Visitor Info

USA Today 10 BestHours
Open Daily 9:00 a.m.
Last Car Admitted: 4:00 p.m.
Closes: At Dusk
*Hours vary throughout the year

Wild Ride Bus Tour Times*
12:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
*Hours vary throughout the year


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