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Adult All Day

All day admission includes entrance to the park.


Child All Day

Ages (2-12 yrs) includes entrance to the park.

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Park Hours

Open Daily 9 AM to 7 PM




Daily Schedule

Wildlife Presentations - 12pm, 2pm, 4pm Swine Time Pig Races (Until Labor Day) - 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm
Camel Rides (Until Labor Day) - 10AM - 6PM

Friends of Timbavati

Timbavati Wildlife Park, from its stunning exterior wildlife murals to its beautiful animal displays, and interactive and educational animal activities, brings a new world of animal adventure to Wisconsin Dells.

At Timbavati you can experience the thrill of learning about an array of wonderful animals, while developing a personal connection with them. We invite you to set your own pace as you tour the park. Linger at “The Falls”. Climb the overlook tower and enjoy the view. Relax your pace at the tortoise display. Practice your best bounce with the kangaroo! Delight in the playful antics of the penguins in their pool! Be amazed with the exuberant games of the tigers and lions at the feline display, or take a moment to appreciate the quiet beauty of our rare clouded leopards. Venture across the River Ravine Bridge and your walk in the woods will bring you to exotic antelope and kangaroo. Be sure to look for new babies in the herds and mobs!

Lesser Flamingos of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings dear friends, this week we are discussing the lesser flamingos of Timbavati Wildlife Park. The smallest of the Flamingo species are the lesser flamingos. This native of India, Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa can live to be over 50…...READ MORE

Quick Facts About The White Emus of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The rare white emu is a resident of Australia is the second largest bird in the world. It avoids living in dense forests, areas populated by humans and arid terrains. They have been spotted in deserts but they are much…...READ MORE

The Touraco of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings friends! This week we are taking a look at the turaco of Timbavati Wildlife Park. This majestic bird can be found in the tropical rain forests of West Africa. They are often seen among the treetops and because they…...READ MORE

Opening Day at Timbavati Wildlife Park!

Greetings friends and welcome to our weekly blog post. We’re gearing up for our start to the 2017 season and we couldn’t be more excited. Spring and opening day of the park for the new season bring about a whole…...READ MORE

The Spider Monkeys of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings friends and welcome to the week of the Spider Monkey! Spider Monkeys are found in the tropical forests of Central and South America From Southern Mexico to Brazil. They have long arms and legs with prehensile tails which means…...READ MORE

The Toucan of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings friends and welcome to Toucan Week! I am excited about this week because as a kid, Fruit Loops were a favorite dish cereal. I couldn’t have told you what a eurasian owl or tawny eagle were, but I could…...READ MORE

The Arctic Foxes of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings friends and welcome to the week of arctic foxes. Arctic Foxes are members of the canine family. This animal is an Arctic Circle kind of critter. It can be found in Iceland, Greenland, Northern Europe, Russia, Canada and Alaska.…...READ MORE

St. Patrick’s Day And The Animal Life Of Ireland

Today is St. Patrick’s day and because of that I thought it would be fitting to take a look at the animals of Ireland. Before we do that, let’s take a look at St. Patrick. Magonius Sucatus Patricius was a…...READ MORE

Eurasian Owl of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Eurasian Owl, also called the Eurasian Eagle-Owl is one of the largest owls in the world. Its wingspan can be as large as 2 meters and it easily averages 6 to 7 pounds in weight. When I think of…...READ MORE

Mark’s Garden – The Flowerbeds of Timbavati Wildlife Park

As winter draws to a close I think about Timbavati Wildlife Park and the blooming foliage that is the backdrop to our lives and animal family. Spring is on its way and the trees begin to bud and blossom. The…...READ MORE