Common Questions About Yellowstone Bear World

When you’re planning a trip to Yellowstone National Park, you probably have a lot of questions like “where to see bears in Yellowstone?” The answer to that question is easy: Yellowstone Bear World.

If you want to guarantee you see bears during your visit, make Yellowstone Bear World part of your Yellowstone itinerary. Here are a few other questions Yellowstone Bear World visitors often have:

How Do I Get to Yellowstone Bear World?

Getting to Yellowstone Bear World is easy. Our address is 6010 South 4300 West in Rexburg, Idaho. We’re located at exit 328 on Highway 20, five miles south of Rexburg town center.

What Does it Cost to Visit Yellowstone Bear World?

For adults between the ages of 11 and 64, admission is $18.95 and for seniors, it’s $17.95. For children between 3 and 10, it’s $9.95 and children younger than three years old are free. We also offer carload admission.

When is Yellowstone Bear World Open?

Yellowstone Bear World operates seasonally. For 2019, we will open on April 20th and close on October 20th. Please check our website to make sure we’ll be open when you plan on visiting – although we’re open seven days per week during the summer, we have more limited springtime hours. When we’re open, we open at 9 am and close at either 5 pm or 6 pm depending on the time of year.

What Kind of Animals will I See at Yellowstone Bear World?

Naturally, expect to see bears at Yellowstone Bear World. Our attraction is home to black bears and grizzly bears.

At Yellowstone Bear World, you won’t just see bears. You’ll see lots of North American wildlife like mountain goats, moose, and multiple species of deer like mule deer and whitetail deer.

What Does a Visit to Yellowstone Bear World Entail?

We’re a drive-through wildlife experience, not unlike going on safari. This means you can go through Yellowstone Bear World at your own pace from the comfort of your own vehicle.

That’s not all we offer. At Yellowstone Bear World, you can meet friendly farm animals and deer in our petting zoo and have fun on our amusement rides. Both of these experiences are included with your admission to Yellowstone Bear World.

How can I Make Yellowstone Bear World Part of my Yellowstone Visit?

Bears aren’t just in Yellowstone Bear World. They can be found in lots of areas throughout Yellowstone National Park. So why should you visit Yellowstone Bear World if you can see bears nearly anywhere in the park?
Because there’s a bunch of stuff you can only do at Yellowstone Bear World, like bottle-feed baby bear cubs and take the Wildlife Excursion, an up-and-personal tour with a professional animal keeper where you’ll get to meet bears and other animals face-to-face without having to bring your own car through the attraction. Learn more about the Wildlife Excursion and other experiences unique to Yellowstone Bear World by contacting our team today.

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