Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

Schedule

  • Summer Hours
    March 16 – October 15  |  Daily 9am – 6pm
  • Winter Hours
    October 16 – March 15  |  Daily 10am – 5pm
    Christmas Eve  |  10am – 3pm

Winter hours are weather permitting.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Call us at (928) 635-4073 or fill out our contact form for more information.


Pricing

  • Adults: $14.00
  • Seniors 62+: $12.50
  • Children 3-13: $8.00
  • Children 2 and under are FREE

All prices are subject to state & county sales tax.
Contact us directly for special pricing on groups of 10 or more.

Feed for the animals is available for purchase in the Deer Farm main building at the Gift Shop counter.
(Per USDA guidelines outside food is not permitted.)


Schedule

  • Summer Hours
    March 16 – October 15  |  Daily 9am – 6pm
  • Winter Hours
    October 16 – March 15  |  Daily 10am – 5pm
    Christmas Eve  |  10am – 3pm

Winter hours are weather permitting.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Call us at (928) 635-4073 or fill out our contact form for more information.


Pricing

  • Adults: $14.00
  • Seniors 62+: $12.50
  • Children 3-13: $8.00
  • Children 2 and under are FREE

All prices are subject to state & county sales tax.
Contact us directly for special pricing on groups of 10 or more.

Feed for the animals is available for purchase in the Deer Farm main building at the Gift Shop counter.
(Per USDA guidelines outside food is not permitted.)

Group Rates

We offer Special Rates for Tour Buses, School Field Trips, Church Outings, Organization Events, Large Family Groups or any other Group Event. We can also accommodate Buses, RV’s, Trucks and other Large Vehicles.

Call (928) 635-4073 or contact us for Special Pricing and to Schedule a Group Trip.

Zoo Keeper Program

A unforgettable hands-on experience for children 10 & up

 

Interactive Program

An incredible, interactive experience with wildlife for all ages

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any special clothes we should wear? We don't want to ruin nice clothes.

Yes, we do recommend that you do not wear your best clothes, something casual so you can be comfortable. Our animals are very curious and have a habit of chewing on people’s clothes, shoe laces, and even hats.

Are cameras or video cameras allowed in the Deer Farm?

Yes, we actually encourage our guests to bring their cameras so they can capture their memories and share them with their families and friends.

Is there a best time for people to visit the Deer Farm?

No real time is better than others, however we do suggest that you get here an hour before we close so you can have enough time to spend with the animals and view all that we have.

How long can we stay?

Your tickets are good until we close at 5 or 6 pm (depending on the time of year), so your time here is not limited. We do recommend to plan at least an hour for your visit. You are welcome to leave the Farm and return until closing time that evening. Please keep your receipt to present to the Farm staff upon return.

Can we bring our lunch to eat inside the Farm?

Sorry, no food allowed outside with the animals. We do have 5 picnic tables out front of our Farm under the pine trees for a great picnic spot for our guests.

What types of animals will we see at the Deer Farm?

We have fallow deer, sika deer in the main walk through, as well as mule deer, coues deer, reindeer, an elk, bison, African crested porcupines, wallabies, Patagonian cavies, mini horses, mini donkeys, llamas, alpacas, coatimundis, talking birds, peacocks, even a zonkey.

Are Service Dogs okay?

In accordance with Arizona Law, “a zoo or wild animal park may prohibit a service animal, including a dog guide or service dog from any area of the zoo or wild animal park where service animals may come into direct contact with animals contained in the zoo or wild animal park. The law also states that “it is not discriminatory to exclude a service animal from a public place if one or more of the following apply:

  • The animal poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others.
  • The animal fundamentally alters the nature of the public place, goods, services or activities provided.

Directions to Grand Canyon Deer Farm

6769 E. Deer Farm Rd., Williams, AZ 86046

From Flagstaff: Take Interstate 40, 25 beautiful miles west of Flagstaff, to exit 171, Deer Farm Road. At the top of the ramp, turn right onto Cool Pines Rd. At the next stop sign, take a double left (almost a U-turn) onto Deer Farm Rd. Follow Deer Farm Rd to our parking lot.

From Williams: Take Interstate 40, 8 miles east of Williams, to exit 171, Deer Farm Road. At the top of the ramp, turn left to go over the interstate. At the next stop sign, take a double left (almost a U-turn) onto Deer Farm Rd. Follow Deer Farm Rd. to our parking lot.


Directions to Grand Canyon Deer Farm

6769 E. Deer Farm Rd., Williams, AZ 86046

From Flagstaff: Take Interstate 40, 25 beautiful miles west of Flagstaff, to exit 171, Deer Farm Road. At the top of the ramp, turn right onto Cool Pines Rd. At the next stop sign, take a double left (almost a U-turn) onto Deer Farm Rd. Follow Deer Farm Rd to our parking lot.

From Williams: Take Interstate 40, 8 miles east of Williams, to exit 171, Deer Farm Road. At the top of the ramp, turn left to go over the interstate. At the next stop sign, take a double left (almost a U-turn) onto Deer Farm Rd. Follow Deer Farm Rd. to our parking lot.