Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park
Pagosa Wildlife Park is located 5 miles south of Hwy 160 at
4821 A US Hwy 84,
Pagosa Springs, Co, 81147 USA
(970) 264-5546 or (970) 264-4515
Daily Educational Tours
Summer Horseback Riding
The Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park is tucked away in the San Juan Mountain Range, fifteen minutes from Pagosa Springs, Colorado. At our facility we offer a quiet and fun zoo like experience. Come see these amazing animals and learn about them through informational signs along the trail or join us on our daily feeding tour. On the tour you follow along and learn from one of our animal caretakers about each animal we have at our facility. The tour is approximately one hour long. During the heat of the day some of the animals may be resting in the shade or back in their houses, however we will always be happy to answer any questions you may have about the animals. We want to share our love, respect and knowledge of the native wildlife.
May 15th-October 1st
9 am - 5 pm daily
7 days a week
feeding tour at 3:00 pm daily
October 2nd-May 14th
12 p.m. - 4 pm daily
7 days a week
Feeding tour at 2:00 pm daily
No Reservations Required for the Feeding Tour
It is a walking gravel path , please wear appropriate footwear. Muddy and icy conditions may exist. Snow boots are recommended during winter months.
See Native Wildlife in natural habitats
- Sat, May 15Pagosa SpringsMay 15, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PMPagosa Springs, 4821 US-84, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147, USAJoin us on May 15th to raise funds for upkeep of habitats and animal enrichment. As it might be deduced keeping these animals well fed, enriched, and comfortable can become costly. We are asking for the publics help to raise some funds to help with some of these costs.