– WELCOME TO –
TIMBAVATI WILDLIFE PARK
Timbavati Wildlife Park is open! Located in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, the park offers family friendly experiences that allow guests to be fully immersed in a beautiful environment with friends from the Animal Kingdom. We are home to over 400 animals that represent over 75 different species.
An Open Letter To Our Timbavati Wildlife Park Community:
Welcome back! We are delighted that you are visiting. Please enjoy our park by following these CDC guidelines to ensure your health and safety, as well as that of our staff, animals and community:
- Maintain at least 6 feet between yourself and others
- Do not congregate in groups larger than 10 people without physical distancing between groups
- Wash your hands frequently at the restrooms or hand sanitizing stations located conveniently throughout the park
- Cover coughs and sneezes
- Consider using credit cards and contactless payment at our ticket booths, feed houses and gift shop
Timbavati has provided for the following:
- Increased cleaning and sanitizing procedures, with special attention paid to high-touch surfaces
- Use of masks and gloves
- Physical distancing visual cues and signage throughout the park
The well-being of our staff, visitors, animals and community remain our foremost priority. We are delighted to welcome you back to our park, our animals have missed their humans. Thank you for being a loyal visitor and supporter of Timbavati Wildlife Park.
Alice & Matthew Schoebel, Owners & The Timbavati Wildlife Park Team
Timbavati Wildlife Park
We are a popular destination for vacationing families. Timbavati Wildlife Park offers fun in-park activities that will keep your party entertained for the entire day. We are home to the Old Fort Dells Engine Number 9 train, which is the centerpiece of our Safari Train Ride.
Timbavati Wildlife Park is a unique option for planning a variety of special events. We can accommodate personal events like birthday parties, family reunions, VIP Tours or high volumes of people for large-scale events. We regularly host field trips for schools, daycares and senior centers.
As the seasons change and the cycle of life advances so do our animals and their locations within the park.
Taking A Walk Through The Park
When you walk through the front gate at Timbavati Wildlife Park and pass the ticket booth you land right in the middle of the Waterfalls Area. This area is home to a lot of fowl. From our lesser flamingos to our peach faced lovebirds we know feathers. There are also a lot of really cool small mammals.
Any way you walk out of the Waterfalls Area you can see our beloved Safari Snack Shack with some of the most delicious food this side of the Mississippi. The prices are really reasonable and the drinks are cold. After you’ve stopped for a snack you can hang a left and visit with our spider monkeys or you can take right and visit with our pride of lions and other big felines in our Large Cat Encounter.
Just beyond the Safari Snack Shack we have our brand new mini amphitheater where we have Wildlife Presentations. Continue past that just a bit and you come to our brand new building that we have for our pygmy goats. That building happens to sit in the Interaction Area where we have our two awesome nurseries.
The nurseries are teeming with all manners of new additions. From baby kangaroos to small reptiles, nursery one has a lot of really cool little critters to see. Nursery two has a lot of little mammals to check out also. Our Fennec foxes, owl monkeys and cotton top tamarins are just a little taste of the kinds of critters in the nursery area. The Interaction Area is just starting to heat up also. We have our renowned Parakeet Encounter and a bunch of petting areas for people of all ages to feed and hang out with.
Now some of you good people might not enter through the main gate and instead choose to take a trip on our Safari Train Ride. This takes you through exclusive pastures where you can see ostrich, aoudad, antelope and other animals with names that start with vowels. The train traverses the Grasslands Area of Timbavati Wildlife Park. This area is home to our newest addition which happens to be the second largest land mammal, the rhinoceros.
The Safari Train Ride takes you right up to and stops at our Giraffe and Camel Feeding Encounter. You will deboard the train and be front and center with the tallest mammal in the world the giraffe. Here you can feed them and the camels.
For those who only purchased a Safari Train Ride you’ll re board the train and pass the large cat house and a couple of other cool encounters on your way back to the gift shop. Train rider who purchased a General Admission will deboard the Safari Train Ride at the Giraffe and Camel feeding encounter. This places you right in front of the Woodlands Area. The Woodlands Area is home to our Camel Ride Encounter. You can take a trip on one of these desert ships during the summer months, weather permitting.
The Woodlands Area is also home to our white emu, kudu, crowned crane, spur-thigh tortoise, Swine Time Pig Racing… Look I could go on and on but you shouldn’t just take my word for it. Pop on over to our ticket’s page and visit the park today.