Flintstone's Bedrock City

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Flintstone's Bedrock City
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The Flintstone gang invites you to spend an hour or the entire day with them at Raptor Ranch. We have an array of fun activities including our Theme Park and Gift Shop. While you're here you can spend the night in our newly renovated Campground. Join Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty, and all the Flintstone characters in a fun and entertaining adventure.
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Michelle B
Saint Paul, MN80 contributions
Nov 2020
If you grew up watching the Flintstones and have younger kids who watch or know about the Flintstones this is a fun stop to check out! I was there with my 20yo daughter and we had alot of fun, walking around the park. They even did a live Raptor flight from the Volcano that was pretty cool to watch and learn about. My kids and I drove past this park 10+ years ago on our way to the Grand Canyon, and daughter and I decided to stop on this trip - it was worth the cost to go in and walk around!
Written November 8, 2020
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Bao H
Phoenix, AZ530 contributions
Feb 2022
I can only imagine what this place was like back in the days! It was definitely a fun nostalgic walk down memory lane. The buildings definitely need some repair and updating, but I get it; what's the point. You show this to kids in their 20s and no way they would know the reference! We had some fun going down the slide and taking some pictures.
Written February 9, 2022
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Cindy Lou
Arizona40 contributions
Jul 2019 • Family
Cute walk thru Flinstones park. Nothing fancy, nothing exciting, just plain fun. Kids can run and play and adults can walk around, taking pictures and sharing memories of watching the Flintstones cartoons while growing up. This place has changed hands recently and will only be open for the summer. After that it will be something else. So go before it closes!
Written July 7, 2019
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Annette R
Carson, CA9 contributions
Oct 2020
This place is amazing, we saw it as we drove by heading to the Grand Canyon and stopped. fee is $5 not bad at all. so worth it. We stopped early in the morning 9am right before they opened so we had the park pretty much to our self. the kids loved it and enjoyed taking pictures. its like you can just feel the stone age :) great place to visit.
Written October 20, 2020
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MelissaClaire93
Cinnaminson, NJ828 contributions
Dec 2020
We stumbled upon this driving from Vegas to the Grand Canyon. I was so excited since it’s been on my Route 66 bucket list for years. I had no idea we’d pass it. Despite some places saying it’s closed permanently, it is not. It’s still open, and per the website will be open indefinitely!!! It’s $5 a person to walk through. I would’ve loved to have seen it in its heyday. It’s pretty run down and could use some fixing up but it’s still super nostalgic. You can walk into Barney and Fred’s house and a lot of the other buildings you see frequented in the Flintstones. It only took us probably 30 minutes (we took our time) and it was super cool. There’s a little gift shop out front with some Arizona gifts...I did wish they had some Bedrock City souvenirs...maybe even just some postcards or something. I was super excited I got to see it. If you pass it, definitely stop by. It’s cute and cheap. 
Written February 23, 2021
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runner_one
Sparta, TN38 contributions
Aug 2021
Visited here many times since 2008. I was saddened to hear that it was scheduled for demolition, however the new owner has decided to keep this place open. Thank you so much. The new owner is incredible! My wife has difficulty walking, and I enquired of one of the employees if they could give her a ride to the back of the park in his golf cart. He went one better... "Here take the keys," he said. Wow, such a unexpected response. Using the golf cart my wife was able to visit every building in Bedrock. It was not until I handed the golf cart key back to the cashier at the end of our visit that I learned that it was the owner himself who gave us the golf cart. WOW, THANK You!!!!!!!
Written August 24, 2021
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mommy2lexi
Show Low, AZ134 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
I grew up watching the Flintstones so I just had to visit. The entrace fee was only $5 and the experience was so great. I heard a few years ago that it was up for sale and you can tell that people who lack respect have vandalized certain attractions. However, you can see the true effort the owners have taken to ensure the place is coming back to its former glory. I took more pictures here than I did if the grand canyon. So glad to have it here and hope it remains open. The only thing I wish we could've had was bedrock memorabilia complete with flinstones merchandise in the gift shop.
Written September 13, 2020
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Christy S
38 contributions
Sep 2020
My husband and I stopped here on the way to the Grand Canyon. I LOVE the Flintstones and just had to stop. It was only $5 but so worth it for the nostalgia. I'm sure it was even more awesome in its early days. Unfortunately, some inconsiderate people have sprayed grafetti on some of the displays. I could really tell the love and dedication the original owner must have had for this little family park. I couldn't take enough pictures. I would truly hope that the new owners will take the time to renew and fix the homes and cars so future Flintstone lovers can enjoy this park. If I lived closer I would volunteer to do it myself! LOL At one time, there was even a cute little snack shack with bronto burgers, dino dogs and ice cream. So sad it isn't open anymore. I also wished they had some suveniors. I just loved it. I beg the owners to not close it, but to revive it and even have Flintstone episodes playing inside. I didn't get to see any of the raptor shows so I can't comment on them.
Written February 2, 2021
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Stephanie B
San Diego, CA1 contribution
Apr 2021 • Family
This is a hidden gem for younger children! Our boys (five and two) could have spent days here. We happened to stop on the way back from the Grand Canyon and don’t regret it one bit. After hours of saying “be careful”, “hold my hand”, “watch the edge”, it was so refreshing to say “run and have a good time!” It was safe and exciting for them.
Written April 23, 2021
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Butch E
Nashville, TN648 contributions
Apr 2021
At one time, this was probably a really neat stop. It appears they use to have some sort of bird shows, but apparently, they no longer do these. It's a "cheesy" attraction, which we usually look for, but this one is past its prime. Even at $5 a person, it's overpriced.
Written April 11, 2021
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