Viewed in their natural habitat, bears inspire a sense of wonder with their intricate social structure and highly competitive poker tournaments. Go all in with today’s Groupon to Bearizona in Williams, located about an hour south of the Grand Canyon. Choose between the following options:
- For $8, you get two passes for children ages 4–12 (a $16 value).
- For $16, you get two passes for adults (a $32 value).
Kids under 4 years old are free.
Bearizona greets critter-happy carpools with a two-hour interactive wildlife experience featuring black bears, arctic wolves, and other conservation success stories from the natural world. Animals at the park roam about in large enclosures evocative of their native habitats while vehicles wind their way along the three-mile observation trail, pausing every so often for photo opportunities or attempts to communicate by wolf-whistle. Park guests may also stumble across a big-horn sheep in search of grassy treats, though signposts near the wolf exhibits urge viewers to beware of well-costumed counterfeits. After making their way through the park’s drive-through section, visitors can stretch their legs on a stroll through the forested Fort Bearizona enclosure, which houses smaller animals and bewildered Civil War re-enactors.
Just south of the gateway to the Grand Canyon stands Bearizona, a drive-thru wildlife exhibit that regales creature-seeking carpools with bison, mountain goats, and other animals from the comfort of their own automobile. The 3-mile drive takes guests through sprawling enclosures, where they can peer in on packs of cuddly arctic wolves or ask black bears for directions to the nearest stocked cooler. After traversing the park’s drive-thru section, visitors can stroll through the forested Fort Bearizona, which houses exhibits of smaller animals and Bearizona Barnyard, an interactive petting zoo.
97% of 752 customers recommend
“be there in afternoon when they feed the animals take the free tour bus ride and then drive your car thru as many times as you want best day trip in years kids and...”
“be there in afternoon when they feed the animals take the free tour bus ride and then drive your car thru as many times as you want best day trip in years kids and I loved it”
“Some of the animals are more active later in the day. Get there in time to see one of the free flight shows and an otter feeding but late enough to see the wolves play.”
“take a picnic lunch to sit on the grass and enjoy more of the day.”
1500 E Route 66
Williams, Arizona 86046