Out Of Africa Wildlife Park Camp Verde
Where is it at?
Out Of Africa Wildlife Park
3505 Camp Verde Bridgeport Hwy (SR-260)
Where are we going today?
Get ready to experience Africa! No, we don't need you to pack and get on a plane - if you're in Arizona, you're in the right place! Out Of Africa Wildlife Park is an amazing place for kids to get up close with some of the most amazing creatures we have on this earth.
Put that passport down for this African Bush Safari! Included with your general admission, kids can surround themselves with beautiful, exotic free-roaming animals as the whole family rides in their very own safari vehicles - complete with fascinating narration and an expert guide - so they will learn all about the animals too!
Kids of all ages can get closer than they ever though possible to animals such as sable antelope, gemsbok, giraffes and zebras. They might even be able to steal a sneaky kiss from a very tall giraffe whilst feeding them some treats!
What is special about Out Of Africa Wildlife Park is that every animal has a name and their very own story to tell. Make sure you bring your camera, because these priceless safari moments will give you family memories that will last a lifetime!
There are also some fascinating shows that the family can become involved in - and by entertained and learn from! Tiger Splash lets you experience the playful relationship that tigers have with each other as they splash in their large pool area.
For those kids who love the creepy crawlies, the Giant Snake Show is great for them to learn that snakes are beautiful creatures, and often misunderstood. They will experience a new found appreciation for these amazing, slithering animals!
There are also some amazing tour opportunities at Out Of Africa Wildlife Park, including Behind The Scenes tours and even staying overnight - how much fun would that be!
You'll have a GRRRR....eat time!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$32.75 (online booking - over 13s)
- Children$16.35 (online booking - ages 3 to 12)
- Free Under: 3
When can we go?
Open 9:30 am to 5:00 pm daily.
Open 7 days a week! Only closed Thanksgiving day and Christmas day.
The park is a great place for kids to come as part of a school field trip! It's an outdoor learning lab where kids can learn all about animals not just from Africa, but from around the world! They are happy to work with any needs you have for your group. .
Okay to bring your own water, but food cannot be brought into the park. You can purchase food from their food concessions throughout the park, with burgers, hot dogs, smoothies, and chicken sandwiches..
They serve veggie burgers, salads, and soups - all very healthy! .
Any Top Tips?
We recommend that you plan at least 5 hours to enjoy the park. .
Doing our bit
The park really do care for their animals, and they not only look after them incredibly well, but they also educate on the situation of their lives in the natural habitat, and how important it is to look after what we have on this earth. .
Need a little extra help?
The restrooms are wheelchair accessible. Unfortunately the park don't have wheelchairs to rent. .
By all means you can bring your own stroller, but the tours require that you store it in their designated area before your tour. .
Can I get one of those?
Visit our gift shop, which reflects our love of animals, nature and cultures. You can shop for a wide variety of gifts, personal items, toys, clothing, cards, books, handmade African Tribal Art and much more. Many of our pieces are individually hand crafted and support tribal villages and artisans. There's something for everyone in the family..
Some of the additional tours, and feedings, are not included in your admission..
What people are saying?
"Out of Africa Wildlife Park"
by sari on Feb 12th, 2014
The park is a little run down but the crew is very friendly and they take donations and i wish i knew to take cash along they have tip buckets for the drivers on the bus. The tiger splash show is very cool. lots of up close fun and tricks..