After our camping trip to Dead Horse Ranch State Park, we left for a cabin in Munds Park with our youngest daughter, son-in-law, and grandsons.
However, this was NOT to be a relaxing weekend. We had plans!
We played "peek-a-boo" with our youngest grandson Caleb during walks around the neighborhood.
Soon, we loaded up and headed for Williams, about a45 minute drive away from the cabin.
Bearizona is the best place in the state to see Arizona wildlife in a natural setting as you drive your own vehicle through the park.
You can see wild burros.........
.........white buffalo (not albinos) ........
and Desert Bighorn sheep.
When you enter the wolf enclosure you have to roll up your windows!
These wolves are quite used to cars driving through their territory.
Keep those windows up when driving through the bear enclosure too!
Signs tell you to keep moving if a bear approaches your car looking for a handout.
Seeing all the animals made us hungry so we stopped for a quick lunch before boarding a windowless bus for a drive back through the animal park.
Caleb enjoyed his unrestrained view of the animals and Jason enjoyed taking photos without having a window in the way.
Back at the entrance, you could enjoy a "Birds of Prey" show or walk around and see some of the smaller animals.
Caleb and Joshua enjoyed the petting area.
It was a beautiful fall day at Bearizona!