We visited here in June 2012, and from the parking lot could easily see several Musk Ox. You are separated by a chain link fence as well as a shorter fence to keep visitors back from the chain link one. It is possible to take photos but they won't be great.
(Note photos - on some you can see the 'chain link' at the edges of the pics, showing as a blurry grey. 300mm lense on a DSLR.)
We arrived about 10 minutes after a tour started so could not join them, which makes sense. We thought about coming back but then got busy doing other things in town!
We had a nice chat with the woman in the gift shop area and she said that the animals are moved around depending upon time of year or what they are doing with them, so not everybody may be able to see them fairly close up.
If they aren't in the front pasture, you can't really see them looking down across the slight valley. However, even if you don't take the tour, it's worth driving up here to see what you can. You never know - you may get lucky like we did!
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