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Wildwood Wildlife Park

10094 State Hwy 70 West

Visit the one and only northwoods zoo. Everyone from tots and teens to couples and seniors, Wildwood Wildlife Park guarantees the best entertainment value by all there is to see and do. Come see why generations of families remember us when they visit Minocqua, WI. And make a few lasting memories of your own.

Visit Wildwood Wildlife Park, an UP CLOSE and PERSONAL experience! Wildwood is home to over 750 mammals, reptiles, primates, and birds including; wolf, black bear, bobcat, buffalo, deer, mountain lion, tiger, emu, coatimundi, lemur, tortoise, zebra, kangaroo, camel, birds of prey, sloth, capybara, serval, tamarin, fox, leopard, birds of the world, and much more!


Lori Vogelman

Saturday, May 19, 2018
They have a good variety of animals. I love that you are able to feed and pet some of them.

ethan steinberg

Sunday, May 20, 2018
Very fun. Especially with friends. Highly recommend

Karen Montwill

Friday, May 4, 2018
Told us they weren't open yet even though the website and the phamphet inside the main entry shows May 1st (3 days ago) We drove 2 hours with our 2 year old and couldn't even see the animals. Make sure you call them first I guess.

Alicia Bernards

Sunday, Sep. 10, 2017
This place is so much fun for adults and children alike. The price of admission for adults is a bit pricey but I'd rather pay more for a place that treats their animals well. The bag of critter food is also a bit pricey but if you are reserved with how much you hand out, it'll last a long while. My fun tip is to toss the kibbles for the otters to chase. They are such fun critters who love the attention. It is also worth the $1 to get some bear juice and feed the bears. Not an interaction that you can experience in many other places. I highly recommend visiting this animal park and enjoy playing with some fluffy critters.


Monday, Feb. 19, 2018
Nice staff, good location, the animals seem well cared for. My kids always have fun visiting.

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