Park Hours

“Walk Through” Portion Of Park CLOSED For Season.

Safari Gift Shop open daily 10am-4pm.

V.I.P. Tours available daily by appointment ONLY.  10am, Noon, 2pm.

Call to reserve a date and time!  608.253.2391



Daily Schedule

"Walk Through" Portion Of Park CLOSED for Season. V.I.P. Tours available ONLY by appointment. 10am. Noon. 2pm DAILY. - Call 608.253.2391 to schedule your V.I.P. Tour Safari Gift Shop Open DAILY. 10am-4pm. Great Gifts Year-round! -

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!

New Construction Projects for 2016

Greetings friends! I hope you are enjoying all of the best that nature has to offer all of us this summer. This week we are shifting gears from our usual animal discussions to some of the behind the scenes things…...READ MORE

The Majestic Bald Eagle

Happy 4th of July! At Timbavati Wildlife Park to celebrate our nation’s birthday we are talking about the North American bald eagle in this week’s post! The bald eagle is the only eagle that is exclusive to North America and…...READ MORE

Welcome To The Interaction Area

Greetings all! This week we’re going to shift gears from our typical post style which usually addresses a single animal and focus on a larger area of Timbavati Wildlife Park. The area that I am referring to is now called…...READ MORE

Camel Week – World Camel Day This Wed. June 22nd!

This week Wednesday is World Camel Day! Yep, the undisputed hump day is this Wednesday. That’s a fun fact you can spring on your buddies! There are two kinds of camels; basically 1 hump or two humps. Dromedary (Arabian) camels…...READ MORE

United States Flags With Animals On Them

Greeting friends and welcome to this week’s blog. Today we are changing things up a bit in our content. Normally we feature an animal but since flag day is tomorrow, I figured we could take a look at flags around…...READ MORE

The Arctic Fox

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s post about the Arctic Fox of Timbavati Wildlife Park. This native of the Arctic Circle is found in Canada, Greenland, Russia, Norway, Scandinavia and Iceland. The arctic fox is known for its super…...READ MORE

Swine Time Pig Races

Greetings friends! This week we are talking to you about the Swine Time Pig Races at Timbavati Wildlife Park. I have to admit to you, I had never heard of pig racing prior to my first trip to Timbavati so…...READ MORE

The North American Bobcat

Greetings friends of Timbavati Wildlife Park and welcome to Bobcat Week! With our park now open and in full swing, we are happy to have had those of you whom have already visited and we’re looking forward to those of…...READ MORE

Can you say Coatimundi?

This week we are taking a look at the coatimundi of Timbavati Wildlife Park! Ahh the Coatimundi, considered to be in the raccoon family looks like a racoon dog anteater mix thingy to me. That’s a technical term. 🙂 They…...READ MORE

New in 2016 the Nyala!

Timbavati Wildlife Park is proud to introduce the Nyala in 2016. This African member of the antelope family is a native of Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. It has also been introduced to Botswana and Namibia through conservation…...READ MORE