It's all about money. This place is really expensive, but the enclosures are really out of date. You Will only see poor animals getting bored in small enclosures. That's just too sad for the animal lover that I am.
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About Bearizona Wildlife Park
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I have been there twice now and each time has been amazing! The additions that were made in the last year are great! A new gift shop, restaurant, enclosures, etc. They really care about the animals and it shows. I recommend it to all of...More
this place is in Williams Az, expensive , maybe you can get a better deal on the tickets online. I paid full price. take the bus at 10am. its feeding time so the driver of the bus will take you inside the park and the...More
To be honest: We had to kill some time before we could arrive at our B&B and as my wife loves animals we picked Bearizona when scrolling down the "things to do" TripAdvisor list ... and it turned out to be a great suggestion. The...More
Bearizona Wildlife Park was a fun place to visit when on vacation in nearby Flagstaff. We took the kids and they had a blast. The animals don't seem to pay much attention to the cars driving through, and we got to see some bears play...More
Got early enough to catch the bird show which was a wealth of information and watched the birds. They offer different type of informative shows through out the day. Can walk around the park and see the different animals and they have a area where...More
We had promised the kids that we would go see the animals and honestly we are glad we did. Families were enjoying the environment and the walkthrough area seeing animals you don't see in other Zoological Parks. When was the last time you saw a...More
we stopped here to give the kids a chance to unwind on your return drive. It was well worth the stop. after we drove through the park, we stopped and enjoyed more by walking through the other side. I would go back.
We've spent a lot of time around Williams but was unsure about Bearizona, so we never ventured in. However, we were pleasantly surprised when we finally tried it. There is a drive yourself through section that allows you to see bears, elk, Bighorn sheep, wolves,...More
Good place for kids. Other than the bison, don't really get to see any of the animals too closely - many are obstructed by the trees - so just a typical zoo-type experience.