Know Before You Go
Bearizona is open year-round!
Most vehicles can drive through Bearizona’s well-maintained gravel roads. Each vehicle must be completely enclosed and have operational windows. Guests arriving by motorcycle or bicycle can take the Wild Ride Bus Tour that departs from Fort Bearizona multiple times throughout the day.
Visitors will be asked to remove any items that may protrude from their vehicles including bicycles, motorized scooters, luggage, coolers, wheel covers, etc. Bearizona provides a spot at the entrance for you to leave these items during your visit or will have you park your vehicle and hop on the Wild Ride Bus Tour.
Bearizona is fully accessible for those with mobility challenges. Wheelchairs are available upon request in Fort Bearizona. Note: The Wild Ride Bus is not handicapped accessible.
Outside Food/Drink Restrictions
Bearizona allows guests to bring in a picnic lunch in our designated picnic areas or any grassy area. We ask that you leave the umbrella tables for those purchasing food or beverages from the Bearizona Grille. No alcohol may be brought onto the premises. The only time food and drinks are not permitted are during Bearizona events including but not limited to the Bearizona After Dark and Wild Wonderland.
Bearizona offers special group rates for those arriving with 15 or more people at one time. Bearizona also offers educational rates as well as special rates for tour operators and groups. Please email email@example.com or call for information 928-635-2289.
We reserve the right to refuse service to those that do not follow park rules or pet guidelines.