Kamloops Wildlife Park, Kamloops

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Meet and interact with the resident critters of Kamloops Wildlife Park. Since its opening in 1966, the small zoo has cared for and rehabilitated native British Columbian animals who are injured or orphaned. See more than 65 species of animals and birds that inhabit the wildlife park, including predatory birds, cougars, deer, moose, grizzlies, and the elusive Kermode bear. Take a guided tour to learn interesting trivia about the wildlife and hear stories about the zoo's residents. Quickly create a custom-made itinerary for Kamloops using our trip planner.
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  • Had no idea this experience would be as cool as it was!! A must do in Kamloops!! They do a wonderful job. The staff loved there jobs and it showed. Took the time to give background & explain how they....  more »
  • We surprisingly stayed for over 2 hours. Dress for the weather as it's outdoors. A lot of animals to see. Train ride is only $1 per person (cash only). Good to visit when you're in Kamloops.  more »
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  • I have been visiting the Wildlife Park since 1992 when we moved to Kamloops. The animals and facilities are all well taken care of. Staff is friendly and informative. It is a great place to take the family for a stroll in the fresh air while finding all the different animals. I love the feeding times when you get to learn more about the featured animal. The mini train is always a must-do with the kiddos. The kids play area is great fun all year round and love the water spray area in the summer. I am thankful we have the Wildlife Park in our city!
  • What a great setup! Lots to see. A little Bee maze, lots of bears, even a rare spirit bear. Goats and mountain goats, sheep and big horned sheep. Buffalo, bobcats, bears, bald eagles and elk. We loved riding the train, and for a dollar each it's worth it! Cool down with an ice cream snack at the caboose. It might be better to come when the weather is slightly cooler as we didn't see much of the bears, hiding from the sun! Bathrooms are nice. There are lots of spaces for picnicking too. As always, exit through the gift shop!
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