Wildlife Education

 This Wildlife Park and Zoo is a great place for kids to learn!  The feeding tours are led be docents that are very knowledgeable about the animals. Kids are welcome to ask questions. Face to face with the animals is a powerful way to experience these animals.

Would you know what to do if you encountered a bear or a cougar? Find out here!

Can you identify an animal by a skull? Learn how here.

If you came across an animal print on a trail, would you know what it is?  Become familar with a few common ones here.


Things For Kids To Do

Kids can feed the animals. Before or after the tour, they can visit the Education Room and test their knowledge with quizzes and hands-on exhibits.

Don't forget your camera or video recorder! There are so many picture opportunities for them to remember their visit by.

Rabbits, kittens, and wild turkeys run loose through the park. Kids love this. The store has a bearded dragon and stuffed animals for close up inquiries.

The park has a great souvenir shop.

View Pictures of our Park animals.

Parents - Teachers, adopt an animal for your child. We'll feed it, take care of vet bills, scoop the poop, and your child can see them at your convenience.

Simply call us and we'll arrange an animal adoption over the phone.  Or you may do so by emailMore info...
* This facility receives no state or federal funding and relies solely on donations, admissions, and sales proceeds from the gift shop.   
Richard H. Ray dba Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park and Lobo Outfitters