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Keepers of the Wild Nature Park

13441 Arizona 66, Valentine

Admission for Two Adults or Adults & Children (12 and Under) at Keepers of the Wild Nature Park (Up to 47% Off)

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Rescued tigers, lions, monkeys, and wolves roam through sprawling, scenic habitats

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NANCY
11 ratings4 reviews
15 hours ago
Worth every penny!
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Samantha
1 ratings1 reviews
16 hours ago
We paid extra for the guided tour and we were not disappointed at all it was so fun!
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Brooke
1 ratings1 reviews
7 days ago
Feeding tour was great
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Jennifer
1 ratings1 reviews
7 days ago
What a great place. Worth the extra $10 for the guided tour!
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Tim
1 ratings1 reviews
7 days ago
Great animal variation, most were out and active. Feeding was @ 3:30. Great place to take the grandkids. Monkeys, tiger’s lions bears lama’s emu bobcats etc.
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Irene
6 ratings3 reviews
January 7, 2021
Great place and animals. The staff is friendly and informative regarding the animals. Definitely would visit again, not crowded at all during this time.
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Jennifer
3 ratings1 reviews
January 7, 2021
Always a blast! We love going 1st thing when they open. All the lions and tigers are chatting and its so loud echos thrubthe canyons. It's great! We love walking the property and even going the hiking trails. We love coming to Keepers Of The Wild. Lots of fun to be had.
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Deborah
1 ratings1 reviews
January 5, 2021
Very nice place, feeding tour was excellent!
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  • $36 for admission for two adults and two children (ages 12 and under) ($69 value)
  • $24 for admission for two adults ($40 value)

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must print out voucher. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Keepers of the Wild Nature Park

Keepers of the Wild Nature Park founder Jonathan Kraft has always loved animals. As a child in Holland, he rehabilitated and released injured birds every winter. When he became a magician performing grand spectacles in Vegas, his affinity for animals led him to raise two baby tigers to integrate into his act, then eventually acquire and train more big cats. At first Kraft didn’t see the connection between his chosen career and the prevalence of animal mistreatment, but gradually he began to realize how cramped, stressed, and unhealthy his peers’ animals tended to be. His first steps toward rescue weren’t ideal—he didn’t have the space to give each animal the sprawling habitat it craved. So the next step was Keepers of the Wild a place designed to rescue exotic creatures from inhumane conditions and let them roam both safely and freely.

The center, located on historic route 66, now hosts more than 130 animals that include lions, tigers, leopards, and monkeys. Walking and hiking trails lead to enclosures where cougars lie in the sun or wolves trot between bushes. Plenty of lookouts offer photo ops or a chance to spy on capuchin monkeys’ poker games. Visitors can explore the grounds on their own or hop on a guided tour, where they’re shuttled to various habitats and can watch the predators feed.