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Help us spread the word, Bearizona is still looking for individuals that share our passion for wildlife and enjoy working with the public. Check out our website for internships and volunteer positions! http://www.bearizona.com/index.php
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Experience animal wildlife the way it was meant to be, in a natural environment, all from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle. Your family will enjoy our wide variety of wildlife, from majestic bison and nimble big horn sheep to stealthy mountain lions and adorable bear cubs.
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Experience animal wildlife the way it was meant to be, in a natural environment, all from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle. Your family will enjoy our wide variety of wildlife, from majestic bison and nimble big horn sheep to stealthy mountain lions and adorable bear cubs.
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I love bears. Of all kinds it's my passion to just see them and watch. Them grow 
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Check Out This Ladies Expression As The Family Car Gets Surrounded By Wolves
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A staff member gives one of the black bear cubs some atention.

These little guys can be seen in the mine shaft until they are older and large enough to go into their regular exhibit.
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How do you get them to do that!? too cool.
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Our Ground Hog say's that Spring is now.  It is a great time to visit Northern Arizona. 
Only at #bearizona will you see a Bighorn Sheep this relaxed.
 


#wildlife   #yearofthesheep #wildlifepark  
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Seahawks or Patriots? Our otters will predict the winner this Saturday during our 11:40 a.m. otter feeding.
Can't make it to see them choose in person? Don't worry we will post photos/videos.
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1500 Historic Rte 66 Williams, AZ 86046
1500 Historic Route 66USArizonaWilliams86046
(928) 635-2289bearizona.com
Park, ZooToday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Bearizona is a drive through wildlife park featuring an extensive collection of North American Wildlife. We also feature a walk through area with baby and smaller critters on exhibit.
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Wildlife park offering a drive-thru experience starring wolves, bears, bison, mountain goats & more.- Google
"I love the wildlife zoo, petting zoo, and the atmsphere here in general."
"Best stop of our recent Grand Canyon trip!"
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Mike Dudley
a week ago
Awesome place. A drive through wildlife park, a zoo with a very natural feel too it, and a bird show. If I had one complaint, the price might be a little high for its size, but the family loved it.
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Aaron Amstutz
a month ago
Absolutely wonderful time. We (my family - four kids from 12 and up) drove through the park three times to get better looks at animals that were more distant in previous rounds. A baby American Buffalo was born earlier in the day and we got to watch it stumble along for some of its first steps. The animals are closer than most any zoo and act more natural/wild than in a zoo. The price for us ($110) was completely worth it.
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Kliff Kapus
3 months ago
We are a family that's really into zoos, wildlife refuges and preservations and this place was a treasure that we stumbled onto while driving to the Grand Canyon. You get to drive through animal pens and deer, elk, bighorn sheep, bison, wolves and bears can walk right up to your vehicle. We got some great photos and our kids had a blast. When we came it was $20 per adult and $10 per kid under 12 years old so we made it in after tax for just under $80 bucks. This gets access to the drive through exhibition but also a walk through area where you can see otters, bears, foxes, and raptors. This is a one of a kind attraction and we felt it was well worth the admissions cost. The walk through area took about 30 minutes to see and the drive through was about an hour. Two thumbs up; highly recommended!
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Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Thanks Kliff! We are glad you and your family enjoyed your time at Bearizona. We look forward to seeing you again.
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Quinn Quarantine
6 months ago
In the park we went around the first time and the wolves surrounded our car. The signs say you have to move along if they come up to your car but they were in front too so we just had to sit and wait. Got some awesome video and pictures as they came right up to our windows. We decided to go around again as my boyfriend is a photographer and wanted some more pictures. We stopped right at the exit for the deer as they were back in the trees so he started taking pictures. You can have your window down during this part and one by one they started coming up to the car and checking it out. Finally one of the biggest deer came up to my window and stuck his head in. He sniffed my hand and let me pet his head. One of the younger bucks was at my boyfriend's window. The deer were eating the snow off the car and checking us out. It was fantastic! There were many more animals and we saw all of them. You can go around as many times as you want. Finally the walk through area is like a small zoo. It has gift shops, snack station, they have shows and animal meet and greets and we stayed for the otter feeding! It was fun to feed them even though many parents were pushy and pushing their children to the front. We're adults without children so we spend our hard-earned money on ourselves, no need to have people pushing their children past us, we deserve the experience too. Other than the rude parents it was incredible and they are currently expanding so I feel we will be back next year to see what is new! Fun for any age.
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Jen Smith
2 months ago
Addison Felt is just absolutely amazing! We ran into her at a frozen yogurt place in Flagstaff and she just started chatting with us, asking us where we were from (UT) and invited us to come to Bearizona! We totally changed our original plans to go to the Grand Canyon because of her. She was such a sweetheart and so welcoming when we came! We were so glad we did and Addison is a super sweet gal - a great employee for you all! She's a keeper! You should be very proud!
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thanks so much for taking the time to write this review, Adison is a ROCK STAR! and we are so lucky to have her as a brand ambassador for Bearizona. We are so glad you enjoyed the park, thanks for the support. -Jocelyn
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imran khan
3 months ago
the park was fun. we got to see many bears fighting, climbing trees, and scratching their back on trees. they were all extremely active. no zoo can come close to this. the wolves were not so active. but when we went in front of the bus, they started doing things like digging, and trotting/running around. the walking portion of this park is a must do. all of the animals in the walking area were easy to see no matter where they were. and most of them were always very active. the American badger was the most interesting in the walking portion. if you are near bearizona, it is a must do. I enjoyed it much more than the grand canyon, but that is just my opinion.
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Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Wow. Thank you Imran! We are glad you enjoyed your day at Bearizona.
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Regina Wiley
4 months ago
Do not miss this gem! My fiance and I stayed in Williams, AZ on Valentines Day. The train to the Grand Canyon was full for the holiday, and we were turned on to Bearizona by a friendly cart driver that rode us from the parking lot of the kennel and RV registration building down to the train depot to purchase tickets for the day after Valentine's. And to make a long story longer... we had such a wonderful time! We saw the otters get some Valentine-themed treats after their 11:40 a.m. feeding. There is also a driving tour through the park. Be sure to keep your windows up and doors locked while driving past the bears and wolves! Finally, take a bus tour through another part of the park to see yet more animals. For the kiddos, a petting zoo doesn't disappoint! If you love log cabins, forests, and fresh air, this is a "can't miss" experience for the entire family!
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Wow! You,re making us blush. We are glad you spent Valentines Day with us and enjoyed your visit. Thank you! We look forward to seeing you again. Maybe on your honeymoon?
Matthew Casertano
6 months ago
The best wildlife park ever! We saw every animal on the list except the javelinas and the raptor show was awesome and really funny. Hawks flew inches above your head and they showed us the biggest owl in the world! The wolves also were running around our car and brushing themselves against the car! Even though we went there in the winter, we saw at least 15 black bears! Bighorn sheep and bison came right up to our car and there were plenty of crows there, as well as a creeper! The foxes came really close and the beaver was building his den(there were only 1 beaver because it was winter). I personally think that it is better to go in the winter because a lot of animals like wolves and bighorn sheep seem to like colder temperatures and snow. There was a farm containing goats and roosters that you can get as close to as you want and you can even pet them! There is also a goose that you can't get close too but it was still cool. It was very dangerous, and my friend slipped. Luckily she didn't fall too hard and she was fine after a few hours. It was very hard to drive in the snow and we heard someone yelling "Help me", so it is kind of dangerous. There was also a radio channel that was telling us about the animals as we drove past them.
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