If you have never watched bears play from the relative safety of your car, you simply have not lived. Bearizona, located just outside of Flagstaff, is a 160 acre wildlife park that you will never forget, and a wild adventure your whole family will love. What makes Bearizona unique is the fact that you start your visit off driving through bears, wolves, bison, and more. It is safer than it sounds, yet more fun than you can imagine!At Bearizona, you are right in the middle of the wildlife experience. The bison above crossed the road right in front of us. Even more exciting, the bear above was playing in the water just feet from the road. Incredible! After the drive-thru portion of the park, a fun and up-close zoo experience awaits you.
Bearizona’s Birds of Prey show is a must see. I have watched many bird shows, but none has come close to this experience. I actually had a hawk brush my shoulder as it flew past me. It was truly amazing (but not for the faint of heart). Bearizona continues to grow and improve. Come and find adventure.Bearizona Wildlife Park is a family destination and is open year round.
Current Hours of Operation
Open: 9:00 a.m. Last Car Admitted: 4:00 p.m. Closes: Dusk
Adult: $20.00 + tax Children (Ages 4-12): $10.00 + tax Seniors (62 & Older): $18.00 + tax
Annual Carload Pass: $175.00 Annual Personal Pass: $60.00
Most vehicles can drive through Bearizona’s well-maintained gravel roads. Each vehicle must be completely enclosed and have operational windows. Guests arriving by motorcycle, bicycle or taxi all qualify to use our courtesy car program. We offer vehicles for you to drive through the park at no extra charge!
Visitors will be asked to remove any items that may protrude from their vehicle including bicycles, motorized scooters, luggage, coolers, wheel covers, etc. Bearizona provides a spot at the entrance for you to leave these items during your visit, or will have you park your vehicle and hop on the Wild Ride.
Bearizona is fully accessible for those with mobility challenges. Wheelchairs or shuttle services are available upon request in Fort Bearizona. Note: The Wild Ride Bus is not handicapped accessible.