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Located in Williams, Arizona, 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. View larger North American mammals up-close, ranging from rugged rocky mountain goats and majestic bison to stealthy wolves and comical black bears. The park also features an extensive walk through area where patrons will see even more animals on exhibit and get to watch one of the amazing birds of prey shows or “keeper chats” that take place daily. Guests won’t want to miss stopping by the newly opened gift shop and restaurant, which are attractions in themselves.

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Drive through three miles to see these otherwise elusive North American animals. Don’t feel like driving? Hop on the park’s complimentary, open-air Wild Ride Bus Tour. 


Walk through Fort Bearizona’s winding paths to enjoy the antics of more animals on exhibit. Enjoy a variety of dining options from concessions with quick, simple meals and tasty treats to the newly opened sit-down restaurant Canyonlands at Bearizona. Don’t miss the 12,000 square foot gift shop.


Fort Bearizona is also the location of several amazing animal shows. Feel the breeze at the Birds of Prey show as they fly directly overhead (March-December). Animal encounter programs vary by season, but there are several different shows and keeper chats daily.


Bearizona is located at the gateway to the Grand Canyon in historic Williams, Arizona, just one hour from Grand Canyon’s south rim, three hours southeast of Las Vegas, and two and a half hours northwest of Phoenix. Purchase tickets online at Bearizona’s website to save time. 



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Bearizona Wildlife Park
1500 E. Route 66
Williams, AZ 86046
(928) 635-2289
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Bearizona is home to orphaned and confiscated wildlife, in fact over half of the animals that call Bearizona home are rescued or rehabilitated animals.  Once they arrive, they spend the remainder of their lives in large naturalistic enclosures; digging, climbing, swimming and playing with one another. Bearizona’s mission is to promote conservation through memorable and educational encounters with North American wildlife in a natural environment.