Arizona Zoos and Animal Parks

Arizona Zoos and Animal Parks

Arizona zoos and animal parks give visitors the opportunity to see animals that many would otherwise never get a chance to see in the wild.

Feed a giraffe, ride a camel, see a desert tortoise, touch a stingray, or feed a lorikeet. Arizona has many beautiful animals to visit at the zoo or at a wildlife park.

Phoenix Arizona Zoos

The Phoenix Zoo, is located in Papago Park next to the Botanical Gardens.  With more than 100 acres and 1400 animals, the Phoenix Zoo is one of the largest privately owned, nonprofit zoos. It features a petting zoo, stingray petting and feeding area, and a narrated tram ride.

orangutan phoenix zoo

orangutan phoenix zoo

 

The Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium is a great way to spend the day. It is a fun experience because you are allowed to view the animals closer than some other zoos. They are also home to Arizona's first aquarium when you can see sea lions and feed the stingrays.

Tucson Arizona Zoos

Sonoran Desert Museum is one of the top attractions in Tucson. Not just a zoo, but a botanical garden and a museum as well. This unique attraction gives you incredible opportunity to see the desert, and the animals that reside here in there natural habitat.

Sonoran Desert Museum

Sonoran Desert Museum

Reid Park Zoo has over 500 animals The zoo is separated into four zones of animal habitats from the polar bears to the lions, Tucson's non-profit zoo has been entertaining visitors since the late 1960's.

 Northern Arizona Animal Parks

BearArizona is a unique experience to see animals in their natural habitat. The park has 8 different open viewing areas where you drive through the park to see the animals in their natural habitat in the safety of your vehicle.

They also have a zoo area that includes a petting zoo, and where the baby bears are.  If you are in the Flagstaff/Williams area check out this park.

Grand Canyon Deer Farm gives you the chance to hand feed deer.

Beararizona

Beararizona

 

Grand Canyon Deer Farm gives you the chance to hand feed deer.

 Central Arizona Animal Parks

Out of Africa Wildlife Park is really all about the big cats. If you love lions,tigers, jaguars, bobcats you'll enjoy a trip to this park.

Most of the animals are rescue animals, none of them are bred or born in this park. There was a baby lion and a baby white tiger when we visited.

Lion at Out of Africa

Lion at Out of Africa