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Discover Exciting Wildlife Parks And Zoos In Arizona
Treat yourself to a day of fun at wildlife parks and zoos in Arizona.
Open year round, Bearizona is a premiere drive-thru wildlife preserve located in northern Arizona near the town of Williams. The park features an interactive, drive tour where guests can view a variety of rare, native species in their natural habitat from the safety and comfort of their automobile. Drive the winding track and view the black bear, tundra wolf, brown bison, and many more.
Bearizona also features a walk-thru area where guests can experience certain animals on a more up-close-and-personal approach – including the black bear, otters, porcupine, a farm animal exhibit and more. Also on-site, the property houses a fully accommodating restaurant and gift shop.
Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
Of the many ways families can enjoy Arizona, the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary is located in scenic northern Arizona, just minutes from Prescott. A non-profit wildlife sanctuary "dedicated to the conservation and protection of native and exotic animals," the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary boasts an impressive line-up of animals to check out - bears, lions, jaguars, birds, llamas, and raccoons are just a few.
Don't miss the Tarantula Grotto, housing 25 different spiders from across the globe including the Goliath Birdeater – the biggest spider in the world. Not far south of nearby Flagstaff, be sure to plan an afternoon around a visit to the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, open 365 days of the year.
There are many ways for families to enjoy a stay in Phoenix. The Phoenix Zoo offers a variety of daily activities for family fun, in addition to the animal habitats. Popular activities include the camel rides, the petting zoo, Stingray Bay, the safari train and monkey village.
The Zoo hosts special events, family programs and activities throughout the year for family fun and education. Zoo members even have their own events. The Zoo is located in the heart of Phoenix, close to Tempe, Scottsdale, Papago Park and other Valley destinations and attractions.
Wildlife World Zoo Aquarium & Safari Park
Open every single day of the year – including holidays – the Wildlife World Zoo Aquarium & Safari Park is a major attraction in the far west of Phoenix. Drive in from Goodyear and check out this premier zoo in Litchfield Park. Plan your next visit to Arizona and head west – you'll enjoy a day on this excellent safari.
Originally opened in 1984 as only a zoo and safari park, the aquarium was added in 2008. There are more than 3,000 animals to view across 600 species. Specializing in African and South American animals, the Wildlife World Zoo Aquarium features a train you and the family will no doubt want to ride.