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Adult All Day

All day admission includes entrance to the park.

$19.95

Child All Day

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

$13.95
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Park Hours

Open Daily 9 AM to 7 PM

 

 

Events

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!

The Woodlands Area of Timbavati Wildlife Park

This week at Timbavati Wildlife Park we’re talking about the “Woodlands Area.” The Wisconsin Dells is alive, it has a pulse. Even in the dead of winter during the solstice, you can still feel its rhythm. People from large cities…...READ MORE

The African Spur-Thigh Tortoise

Welcome to the week of the African Spur-thigh Tortoise of Timbavati Wildlife Park. A tortoise is a land dwelling reptile that has both an endoskeleton and an exoskeleton in the form of its shell. One great way to tell you…...READ MORE

The Gift Shop At Timbavati Wildlife Park

One part of Timbavati Wildlife Park that I think is worth calling some attention to is our Gift Shop. Our Gift Shop The Gift shop at Timbavati is a pretty far out place when you stop and think about it.…...READ MORE

Timbavati Wildlife Park Celebrates Labor Day

Greetings and Welcome to this week’s blog. Happy Labor Day to you all and we hope that on this day of celebration for the American Worker that you are planning to relax and just enjoy a Monday that isn’t really…...READ MORE

The Capybara of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings and Salutations dear friends! This week at Timbavati Wildlife Park we enter the world of the world’s largest rodent, the Capybara. This herbivore is a native of South America and is as comfortable in water as it is on…...READ MORE

The Crowned Crane of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greeting and salutations friends! This week we visit the Crowned Crane of Timbavati Wildlife Park. The Crowned Crane is the national bird of Uganda and is native to Africa, south of the Sahara. It belongs to the crane family “Gruidae.” They can…...READ MORE

The Greater Rhea of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings and salutations dear friends. This week we are taking a trip to South America to take an in depth look at the Greater Rhea of Timbavati Wildlife Park! It is the largest bird in South America and the 3rd…...READ MORE

The Kangaroo of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Greetings family and friends! This week at Timbavati Wildlife Park we are taking a look at the Kangaroo! The Red Kangaroo is found over most of central Australia. This marsupial has legs so powerful that it can jump as high…...READ MORE

The Bobcats of Timbavati Wildlife Park

One denizen of Timbavati Wildlife Park is the Bobcat which is an exclusive native of North America. I like to refer to bobcats as kind of a mid-sized cat. Your typical house cat will weigh 4-8 pounds (depending on species…...READ MORE

The Kookaburra of Timbavati Wildlife Park

This week we are taking a look at the Kookaburra of Timbavati Wildlife Park.  This Australian native from the eucalyptus forests is a well known symbol of the continent’s bird-life. It has also been seen in Tasmania and New Guinea.…...READ MORE