Out of Africa Wildlife Park
5 minutes to from Verde Ranch RV Resort Out of Africa Wildlife Park wildlife park and zoo.
A very up close and personal zoo! On your birthday month show your ID and it’s free admission.￼ The drive is about an hour and a half from the guest house.￼
Out of Africa is an awesome experience with the family. Be sure to take a safari ride where you can see many of the animals up close! They have multiple times throughout the day where you can learn about certain animals. They are all well taken care of. Do be sure if what time of year you go. Summer…
Foe ones who want to see local wildlife and also exotic ones. The tiger splash has been enjoyed by thousands the the children love to be able to feed a giraffe
recommended day trip (during any months besides summer time!). wear comfy shoes and pack some water. extremely unique place, even if you're not a fan of zoo's. theres even a tiger show where they jump into the pool and swim and play with their favorite humans.
“Historical cliff dwellings built by indigenous people. History coming to life!”
“Great for a "western night on the town". Get there a little eairly so you can enjoy the local attractions. Dinner is good with a great dinner show. Christmas shows are different and funny.”
“Great food! Affordable and located in Old Town Cottonwood. We frequent the Tavern often and can always find a place to sit. The chef is great and makes everything from scratch.”
Point of Interest
“This is a beautiful way to experience the parts of Verde Canyon that remain untouched by civilization. It's a relaxing 20-mile (4 hr) journey that offers gorgeous scenery and native wildlife. Famous world-wide, this train attracts more than 100k riders annually.”
“Nice atmosphere, inside outside seating with a bocce court. Pizzeria Bocce is a feast for the senses with great food and drink, the aroma of pizza cooking in the wood burning oven, and a scrumptious palate of materials including black and white marble, two mural size historic photos, intricate mosaic tile, custom iron work, a stone patio with flaming torches, and of course the namesake bocce ball court on the patio alongside the stream. ”