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Bearizona Wildlife Park

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Bearizona Wildlife Park

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1500 E. Historic Rte 66, Williams, AZ 86046-8795
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Combine visits to the Grand Canyon and Route 66 on this tour from the Phoenix-Scottsdale area. A guide takes care of all the logistics, navigation, and driving—leaving you free to enjoy the famous scenery and snap photos. Gain in-depth knowledge about the area through your guide’s commentary and ask questions; a small group of just 13 people or private group means you enjoy plenty of personalized attention.
$179.00 per adult
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Terresa K wrote a review Yesterday
47 contributions1 helpful vote
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We arrived at 3pm on a Saturday. $25 per person. All attractions closed due to Covid except drive through and walk around after drive through experience. There were a lot of bears and bison, but others than that, extremely disappointed. Most areas only had one animal. Animals were eating so not really an organic type experience. Would not recommend.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Cleolundy wrote a review Apr 13
Sedona, Arizona70 contributions68 helpful votes
We were afraid this would be cheesy. But, it was quite fun and nice to see animals in a natural, safe environment. Kids would love this!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Bajeckabean wrote a review Apr 12
Sacramento, California3 contributions1 helpful vote
Alright, Bearizona IS cool. It's neat to drive around and see wild animals wandering the woods around you. It's a fun place to walk around and see other animals in enclosures that are similar-ish to their native habitats. They have interesting gift shops. Kind of zoo-ish for the walk-around part but maybe with less written info about the animals. They have some animal trainers that will bring out birds of prey or porcupines to do some smaller training activities in the green grassy circle near the entrance in lieu of their normal "animal shows" during covid. All that said, it IS during COVID and I'd say about 3/4 of the staff I saw there couldn't be bothered to wear a mask, even the ones indoors behind the registers. I know AZ has no mask mandate but most private businesses still ask guests and staff to wear them. Not Bearizona! You may find that to be a benefit. I did not. We went as guests of my parents who wanted to do something cool with their visiting grandkids (their first visit with them since before COVID) and I nearly dragged us all out of there because Bearizona has seemingly no mask policy of any kind for guests or staff. I can sort of understand it for the outside stuff, but to have people selling concessions, sitting behind the counters in the tiny gift shop at the entrance of the walk-through section, or in the indoor restaurant or bar? No thanks. We didn't patronize those areas once we saw no masks. And of course, that also meant that visitors to all of those indoor areas were maskless too. Had I been visiting with just my kids, we would not have stayed. Out of respect for my parents, we did and tried to make the best of it. Kids had fun in the outside and drive-thru areas but we didn't go into the gift shops, restaurant/bar areas (aside from one quick walk to the restrooms) due to the many, MANY staff people and customers not wearing masks. Feels irresponsible to the health and safety of guests to have no policy at all. We may return when COVID numbers someday drop significantly, but I am disappointed with Bearizona's lack of policy for their private company. Also, the foxes in their small enclosure looked very restless and anxious. I hope they will expand its size.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Chris O. wrote a review Apr 10
Salt Lake City, Utah40 contributions23 helpful votes
Stopped by on our way from Sedona to Tusayan not expecting much. We were blown away at how great the park is. Our visit coincided with a 3pm feeding so we got to see all the bear only feet from the car. Bears snuggling; clinging trees; eating; fighting for space; it was amazing! The gift shop has a great ambiance to it and the walk-through zoo is lovely. Our kids want to come back ASAP!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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cherirhall wrote a review Apr 3
Surprise, Arizona9 contributions1 helpful vote
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I would highly recommend this place was unsure because we don't have kids but even great for adults well worth the money and don't miss out if your in Arizona not overly packed in April entered park at 12 noon
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Date of experience: April 2021
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