Drive thru Wildlife Safari
Driving through the animal park was really cool! There was a ginormous bison who came up to our car looking for food, but when he realized we didn't have any he used his head to ram our window and then walked away like nothing had happened. It was really funny, but I don't think my dad thought it was as funny as we did.
Bearizona Wild Animal Park is a classic drive-through wildlife park that allows visitors to have unique encounters with wildlife - all from the comfort and safety of their own car. When touring Bearizona, visitors will have the opportunity to view a wide range of wildlife, such as bison, big horn sheep, wolves, bears and more. The park is dedicated to preserving the most natural environment for the animals while still allowing the public the opportunity to see and understand the lifestyles, habits and needs of many of the animals that still inhabit the Colorado Plateau region. It is one of Arizona's greatest adventures!
Bearizona Park is divided into drive through and walk through portions. There is no time limit regarding how long one may stay in the park, so visitors may drive through slowly examining every area thoroughly or they may choose to drive through the park several times to see different areas at different times throughout the day. The average visitor generally spends two to three hours at Bearizona, first completing the walking portion where visitors can see baby animals and the birds of prey raptor show. Once guests are back in their vehicle, they can complete the driving section of the park. The park provides a complimentary GPS audio tour that entertains and educates as you travel through the remainder of the park.
Due to the animal's natural tendencies, the best time to visit the park is early in the morning or late in the afternoon, after the temperatures have dropped when animals are at their most active phase. Animals that are typically elusive and hard to track down in the wild are often easy to spot at Bearizona because of the way the park has been arranged.
1500 E. Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046
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